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Definition of "objurgatory" [ob•jur•ga•to•ry]

  • Strongly rebuking or scolding. (adjective)

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Use "objurgatory" in a sentence
  • "The awful objurgatory practice he is accustomed to."
  • "But these questions of transient passions and objurgatory provocation are trivial and unimportant."
  • "Although known by various titles on the plantation, objurgatory among the hands, facetious among the heads, such as Dancing Devil, Spinning"
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