English words and Examples of Usage

use "punish" in a sentence

Activists welcomed the government’s new commitment to punish firms.

Better players will punish you and nine times out of 10 you’ll lose."

Nor was any attempt to punish a speaker more totalistic and chilling.

Then, when the price drops, they punish all the workers with lay offs.

Those who did, he's sure, did it to punish the PCs, not reward the NDP.

Thirdly, because there is no real will to punish those who have not fled.

Opinion: Don't collectively punish Muslims Who Are ISIS' American followers?

And then they’ll punish gay men who they perceive as being feminine in any way.”

And Russia has started to implement de facto economic sanctions to punish Turkey.

If the only thing they could do was punish the thief, they would just cry."""

Sorry, but "I don't like soju" doesn't qualify as a good reason not to punish your liver.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has vowed to hunt down those responsible and punish them.

The government is promising to punish her attackers and do more to protect others like her.

Even if Kardashian got paid for her efforts, let's not punish her for women's health advocacy.

But he denied that the N.R.C.C. is used as a tool to punish members who vote against leadership.

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