admonishment, admonition, animadversion, blame, castigation, censure, chiding, condemnation, correction, criticism, denunciation, derogation, disapprobation, disapproval, displeasure, dispraise, dressing down, exception, exprobration, improbation, increpation, jobation, lecture, objection, objurgation, rating, rebuke, remonstrance, reprehensio, reprehension, reproach, reprobation, reproof, reproval, revilement, scolding, sermon, sharp censure, sharp words, stricture, trimming, upbraiding, vituperatio, warning
associated concepts: reprimand issued by the grievance committee of the bar association
accuse, admonish, animadvert on, asperse, berate, blame, call to account, call to task, castigate, censure formally, chastise, chide, condemn, correct, criminate, decry, denounce, deprecate, disapprove, discommend, disparage, dispraise, dress down, execrate, exprobrate, find fault, flay, fulminate against, impeach, impugn, inveigh against, lash, lecture, objurgate, rail at, rant, rebuke, recriminate, remonstrate, reprehend, reprehendere, reproach, reprobate, reprove, revile, run down, scold, thunder against, trounce, upbraid, vilify, vilipend, vituperare, vituperate, warn
associated concepts: reprimand by the grievance committee
admonish (warn), admonition, bad repute, blame, castigate, censure, complain (criticize), condemn (punish), condemnation (blame), criticism, criticize (find fault with), denounce (condemn), denunciation, diatribe, disapprobation, disapprove (condemn), discipline (punishment), disparagement, fault, impeach, impeachment, lash (attack verbally), objurgation, outcry, penalize, punish, punishment, rebuff, rebuke, remonstrance, reprehend, reproach (noun), reproach (verb)
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
n.An official rebuke; formal censure of a person administered by his or her superior or by an organization.v.reprimand
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.