Definition of objurgation in English:

objurgation

Pronunciation /ˌäbjərˈɡāSHən/

noun

rare

See objurgate

‘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.’
  • ‘Punk music, with its live-fast ethos and objurgation of the status quo, never was meant to last long.’
  • ‘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.’
  • ‘He looked for a moment as if he was going to break out with a torrent of objurgation.’