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To adjudge someone guilty of a crime or to impose sentence, especially a severe penalty such as death or life imprisonment.
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  1. To adjudge someone guilty of a crime or to impose sentence, especially a severe penalty such as death or life imprisonment.
  2. To judge or declare to be unfit for use or consumption, usually by official order:
  3. To expropriate private property, usually land, for public use. See also appropriation and eminent domain.
To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
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  1. To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
  2. To record as a debt against a person's name or account
  3. To excite; rouse:
To consider responsible for a misdeed, failure, or undesirable outcome:
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  1. To consider responsible for a misdeed, failure, or undesirable outcome:
  2. To find fault with; criticize:
  3. To place responsibility for (something):
To bring formal charges against (of doing wrong, breaking the law, etc.)
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  1. To bring formal charges against (of doing wrong, breaking the law, etc.)
  2. To formally institute a legal action against a person or corporation wherein they are charged with committing a crime.
  3. To charge formally with a wrongdoing.
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  1. To blame for ills.
  2. To depreciate (currency, for example) by official proclamation or by rumor.
  3. To express disapproval of (a person); denounce:
To express strong disapproval of
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  1. To express strong disapproval of
  2. To express strong disapproval of or criticize severely, especially in an official capacity:
To judge the merits and faults of; analyze and evaluate:
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  1. To judge the merits and faults of; analyze and evaluate:
  2. To evaluate (something), and judge its merits and faults
  3. To find fault (with something)
To accuse of wrongdoing or criticize severely:
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  1. To accuse of wrongdoing or criticize severely:
  2. To charge with the commission of a crime; esp., to make a formal accusation against on the basis of positive legal evidence
  3. (Law) To charge (a party) by indictment.
To officially charge someone in a court of law.
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  1. To officially charge someone in a court of law.
  2. To call to account, or accuse, before the bar of reason, taste, or any other tribunal.
  3. (Law) To call (an accused person) before a criminal court to hear and answer the charge made against him or her.
To rebuke or criticize harshly or angrily; berate.
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  1. To rebuke or criticize harshly or angrily; berate.
  2. To speak abusively to or about; berate; revile
  3. To use harshly critical or irate language; rail.
To have as a consequence or necessary circumstance; imply or entail:
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  1. To have as a consequence or necessary circumstance; imply or entail:
  2. To show to have a connection with a crime, fault, etc.; involve
  3. To involve or connect intimately or incriminatingly:
To reveal someone’s involvement in criminal acts. To reveal someone’s involvement in criminal acts.
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  1. To reveal someone’s involvement in criminal acts. To reveal someone’s involvement in criminal acts.
  2. To cause to appear guilty of a crime or fault; implicate:
  3. To charge with a crime; accuse
To rebuke severely or bitterly; censure sharply
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  1. To rebuke severely or bitterly; censure sharply
  2. To reprove sharply; reproach.
(Obs.) To attack physically
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  1. (Obs.) To attack physically
  2. To attack as false or questionable; challenge in argument:
  3. To attack by argument or criticism; oppose or challenge as false or questionable
To attack the reputation of (a person or thing) with strong or abusive criticism.
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  1. To attack the reputation of (a person or thing) with strong or abusive criticism.
  2. To use abusive or slanderous language about or of; calumniate; revile; defame
To initiate or conduct legal proceedings regarding (an offense, for example):
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  1. To initiate or conduct legal proceedings regarding (an offense, for example):
  2. To carry on, engage in, or practice (an occupation or business).
  3. To try to get, enforce, etc. by legal process
To assail with scornful or abusive language; vituperate.
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  1. To assail with scornful or abusive language; vituperate.
  2. To use abusive or contemptuous language in speaking to or about; call bad names
To characterize or mark as disgraceful
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  1. To characterize or mark as disgraceful
  2. To cause stigmata to appear on.
  3. To characterize or brand as disgraceful or ignominious.
To banish by ostracism, as in ancient Greece.
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  1. To banish by ostracism, as in ancient Greece.
  2. To exclude from a group or society:
  3. To banish, bar, exclude, etc. by ostracism
To accuse of and blame for a fault so as to make feel ashamed; rebuke; reprove
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  1. To accuse of and blame for a fault so as to make feel ashamed; rebuke; reprove
  2. To express disapproval of, criticism of, or disappointment in (someone).
  3. (Rare) To bring shame and disgrace upon; be a cause of discredit to
To punish or rebuke severely.
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  1. To punish or rebuke severely.
  2. To punish or rebuke severely, esp. by harsh public criticism
To market (products) by means of branding
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  1. To market (products) by means of branding
  2. To provide with or publicize using a brand name or other readily recognized identifier:
  3. To mark with or as with a brand
To engage in a boycott. See also picketing and strike.
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  1. To engage in a boycott. See also picketing and strike.
  2. To refuse to buy, sell, or use
  3. To abstain from or act together in abstaining from using, buying, dealing with, or participating in as an expression of protest or disfavor or as a means of coercion:
(Obs.) To force back
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  1. (Obs.) To force back
  2. To blame or scold in a sharp way; reprimand
  3. To express sharp criticism regarding (an act, for example):
(Idiomatic) To lecture, berate, admonish, or hold somebody accountable for his or her actions.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To lecture, berate, admonish, or hold somebody accountable for his or her actions.
To condemn to an undesirable fate; destine:
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  1. To condemn to an undesirable fate; destine:
  2. To swear or curse; say “damn,” etc.
  3. To bring about the failure of; ruin:
To formally charge (a public official) with malfeasance in office
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  1. To formally charge (a public official) with malfeasance in office
  2. To raise doubts about; discredit or disparage:
  3. To challenge or discredit (a person's honor, reputation, etc.)
To find fault with angrily; rebuke or chide severely
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  1. To find fault with angrily; rebuke or chide severely
  2. To reprimand or criticize harshly and usually angrily.
  3. To use abusive language habitually
To rebuke severely or formally
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  1. To rebuke severely or formally
  2. To reprove (someone) severely, especially in a formal or official way.
To reprove; censure.
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  1. To reprove; censure.
  2. To find fault with (something done); censure
  3. To reprimand or rebuke (a person)
To speak to in disapproval; rebuke
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  1. To speak to in disapproval; rebuke
  2. To express disapproval of (something done or said); censure
  3. To express disapproval to (someone); criticize:
To put on a blacklist
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  1. To put on a blacklist
  2. To place on or as if on a blacklist.
To subject or allow to be subjected to an action, influence, or condition:
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  1. To subject or allow to be subjected to an action, influence, or condition:
  2. To lay open (to danger, attack, ridicule, etc.); leave unprotected
  3. To subject (a photographic film, for example) to the action of light.
To lower oneself; lose face
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  1. To lower oneself; lose face
  2. (Archaic) To take (a part or quality) away from something so as to impair it
  3. To deviate from a standard or expectation; go astray:
(Idiomatic) To challenge or contest; to hold answerable for.
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In gin rummy, to end a deal by exposing one's hand and showing a surplus of not more than ten points in unmatched cards
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  1. In gin rummy, to end a deal by exposing one's hand and showing a surplus of not more than ten points in unmatched cards
  2. (Informal) To find fault with; criticize:
  3. To cause to be displaced or unengaged; force:
To vote against, especially to veto the admission of.
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  1. To vote against, especially to veto the admission of.
  2. To bar or ostracize from social life, a particular profession, etc.
  3. To vote against; esp., to vote against letting (a person) join one's organization
To spread or daub (a surface, for example) with a sticky, greasy, or dirty substance.
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  1. To spread or daub (a surface, for example) with a sticky, greasy, or dirty substance.
  2. To be or become smeared
  3. To apply (a ) to, so as to leave a coating, mark, etc.
To express strong disapproval of
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  1. To express strong disapproval of
  2. To express strong disapproval of or criticize severely, especially in an official capacity:
To pass an adverse judgment on; disapprove of strongly; censure
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  1. To pass an adverse judgment on; disapprove of strongly; censure
  2. To adjudge someone guilty of a crime or to impose sentence, especially a severe penalty such as death or life imprisonment.
  3. To pronounce judgment against; sentence:
To feel or express strong disapproval of; condemn:
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  1. To feel or express strong disapproval of; condemn:
  2. To regret; bemoan.
  3. To regard as unfortunate or wretched
To reprimand or rebuke (a person)
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  1. To reprimand or rebuke (a person)
  2. To find fault with (something done); censure
  3. To reprove; censure.
To abandon to eternal damnation. Used of God.
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  1. To abandon to eternal damnation. Used of God.
  2. To reject
  3. To disapprove of; condemn.
To bring formal charges against (of doing wrong, breaking the law, etc.)
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  1. To bring formal charges against (of doing wrong, breaking the law, etc.)
  2. To formally institute a legal action against a person or corporation wherein they are charged with committing a crime.
  3. To charge formally with a wrongdoing.
To officially charge someone in a court of law.
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  1. To officially charge someone in a court of law.
  2. To call to account; accuse
  3. (Law) To call (an accused person) before a criminal court to hear and answer the charge made against him or her.
To load to capacity; fill:
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  1. To load to capacity; fill:
  2. To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
  3. To excite; rouse:
To accuse of a crime or other wrongful act.
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  1. To accuse of a crime or other wrongful act.
  2. To cause to appear guilty of a crime or fault; implicate:
  3. To charge with a crime; accuse
To accuse of wrongdoing or criticize severely:
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  1. To accuse of wrongdoing or criticize severely:
  2. To charge with the commission of a crime; esp., to make a formal accusation against on the basis of positive legal evidence
  3. (Law) To charge (a party) by indictment.
To require to pay a percentage of income, property value, etc. for the support of a government
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  1. To require to pay a percentage of income, property value, etc. for the support of a government
  2. To accuse; charge
  3. To assess a tax on (income, property, purchases, etc.)
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