from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of charging or censuring reproachfully; reproachful accusation; an upbraiding.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete Reproachful accusation; upbraiding.
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- noun obsolete
reproachful accusation; upbraiding
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Hence that common exprobration, A parliament of saints, an army of saints, and such like derisions of God's ways, -- now plentiful with them who sat sometimes and took sweet counsel with us.
A culprit in the pillory (bate the eggs) meets with no severer exprobration.
For it will, it must needs be, a fearful exprobration of our unworthiness, when the
Thus the idealist, out of a depth of wretchedness and self-exprobration hitherto unplumbed.
Anything he could say against us would simply have the effect of holding his son up to public exprobration as a common campaign liar.
Thus when Christ accosted Jerusalem with that melting exprobration in
Christianus "), who was the first that employed the sword against our religion, being condemned by the senate to be punished" more majorum, "slew himself, with this exprobration of his own sordid villainy,
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