But I highly objurgate (word of the day calendars are wonderful things) his stealing my boyfriend's song.
‘I objurgate the centipede,/ A bug we do not really need,’ writes Ogden Nash.
In ‘The high cost of low prices’, you objurgate the chain store for its business practices.
And I will objurgate and distance myself from any of my fellow countrymen and women who do so
He looked for a moment as if he was going to break out with a torrent of objurgation .
Punk music, with its live-fast ethos and objurgation of the status quo, never was meant to last long.
In addition, he anticipated the modern poets in objurgating the custom of garnishing poems with archaisms.
Were we stung into action by the snide objurgation from members of the public?
The objurgation does not sound like an English papa laying down the law to his errant offspring.
NELLO swung his pushcart a little closer to the curb to escape the wheels of a passing dray, at the same time hurling a flood of objurgation at the driver.