censure you

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  • If before she dared to censure you, what may she not do now that you have set me free? Cited from The Strong Arm, by Robert Barr
  • I do not censure you if you never were. Cited from The Complete Works of Artemus Ward [Browne] Part 3
  • I do not censure you for aught except that you did not tell me in the beginning. Cited from Darkness and Daylight, by Mary J. Holmes
  • My sister has entered no complaint, and I did not send for you to censure you. Cited from Rosamond, by Mary J. Holmes
  • Your friends will have cause to censure you. Cited from 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, Gustavus Hindman Miller
  • You are not the brute toward me; what you do, I do not so much as censure you for. Cited from The Bells of San Juan, by Jackson Gregory
  • Not that I have seen the least disposition to censure you. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 4 (of 4), ed. by T.J. Randolph
  • I am not one of those who can censure you for your attachment and engagement to Professor Allen. Cited from The American Prejudice Against Color, by William G. Allen
  • Others, on the contrary, people without religion, proud and violent, will censure you, and be very hostile to you. Cited from Saint Francis of Assisi, by Candide Chalippe
  • Brother, you see how all men censure you, Farewell, and I pray God amend your life. Cited from The London Prodigal, Shakespeare Apocrypha
  • You are a charming girl, and all your motives are so just, that we shall be a little more cautious for the future how we censure you. Cited from Pamela (Vol. II), by Samuel Richardson
  • I not respect what censure you can giue, Since with a loving Man I meane to liue. Cited from The Bride, by Samuel Rowlands
  • I had, for my part, forgotten it, if you had not now told it me; but, however I might then take the liberty to censure you for too much haughtiness. Cited from Life & Perambulations of a Mouse by Dorothy Kilner
  • He was a fellow in a peasant's garb; Yet one could censure you a woodcock's carving. Cited from Peveril of the Peak, by Sir Walter Scott
  • And I must censure you for endeavouring, if you could publish better examples, to obtrude on your countrymen such as were defective. Cited from Dialogues of the Dead, by Lord Lyttelton
  • This delusion is inherent in man's nature; therefore I do not censure you, rather I counsel you to strive to be happy in this state. Cited from The Poison Tree, by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
  • In spite of that you are not deceived, and I would probably censure you, if I were not so sure, that, in the present state of your heart, the heroines of the theater are not dangerous to you. Cited from Life, Leter, and Philosophy of Ninon de L'Enclos, Robinson and Overton
  • I state this fact, sir, though I seldom talk of my own affairs, even when willing to tender my advice in the affairs of another, in order to prove that I do not intend to censure you if Heaven has served you in the same manner. Cited from The Parisians, by E. B. Lytton, Book 9
  • In conclusion, I desire to assure you that neither in this despatch, nor in that of the 4th November, I have desired in any degree to censure you for the course you have pursued. Cited from The Cruise of the Alabama and the Sumter, by Raphael Semmes