Definition of censurable in English:

censurable

adjective

  • See censure

    • ‘When an information resource is collectively provided and placed in the public domain, hijacking sounds even more censurable and in theory resembles a real theft.’
    • ‘Committee A is persuaded that the actions against the two professors are censurable.’
    • ‘Douglas indeed seemed to be trying to have it both ways, claiming to have an open mind pending full disclosure of the evidence and yet also hinting that he found McCarthy's conduct censurable.’

Pronunciation

censurable

/ˈsɛnʃ(ə)rəb(ə)l/