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Definition of "objurgated" [objurgated]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of objurgate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "objurgated" in a sentence
  • ""Listen to reason, won't you?" he objurgated, as, this time, the reason he referred to was the introduction of the ring clear through both nostrils, higher up, and through the central dividing wall of cartilage."
  • "But the boy Mohammed being by me objurgated-for I remarked in him a jaunty demeanour combined with neglectfulness of ceremonies-saluted it sulkily, muttering the while hints about the holiness of his birthplace exempting him from the trouble of stooping."
  • "Thus objurgated, Yasmela allowed the girl to garb her in the light sleeveless silk shirt, over which was slipped a silken tunic, bound at the waist by a wide velvet girdle."
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