their censure

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  • Nor do I know in what manner I shall escape their censure. Cited from Abolition of the African Slave Trade by the British Parliament, Clarkson
  • But as I do not write for such readers, I pay no regard to their censures. Cited from Boswell's Correspondence with Erskine ... Tour to Corsica, by Boswell
  • Their praise would mean nothing to him, and he would shrug his shoulders at their censure. Cited from Of Human Bondage, by W. Somerset Maugham
  • In their error I would not have you fall, least you incurre their censure. Cited from The Faithful Shepherdess, by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher
  • But their censure can have little practical effect. Cited from A History of English Prose Fiction, by Bayard Tuckerman
  • Those who know have the right to impose their censure. Cited from The Fight For The Republic in China, by Bertram Lenox Putnam Weale
  • These are the men, who have been loudest in their censures of the late coalition. Cited from Four Early Pamphlets, by William Godwin
  • Though the bull founding the Roman Inquisition said nothing about books, their censure was included in practice. Cited from The Age of the Reformation, by Preserved Smith
  • Do his friends not overdo their glorification, his critics their censure? Cited from Promenades of an Impressionist, by James Huneker
  • Their censures are just, but their pity perhaps might spare the wretches whom their justice should condemn. Cited from The Man of Feeling, Henry Mackenzie
  • How then are their censures contrary one to another, so that to divers the same men seem worthy of reward and punishment! Cited from Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy, by Boethius
  • His friends were as extravagant in their praise, as his foes were in their censure. Cited from Memoirs of Popular Delusions V3, by Charles MacKay
  • That I might not often incur their censure, I strove by all possible means to do everything to please them. Cited from Mrs Whittelsey's Magazine for Mothers and Daughters, Vol. 3, by Various
  • Men had presumed to talk both to him and of him, and he replied to their censures by scorn. Cited from Castle Richmond, by Anthony Trollope
  • So I really think their censure may be a good reason for laying aside this work, though I may preserve some part of it till another day. Cited from The Journal of Sir Walter Scott, by Walter Scott
  • It had seemed a strange and monstrous thing, and their judgment had been severe -- their censure scathing. Cited from Princess, by Mary Greenway McClelland
  • Away the fair detractors went, And gave by turns their censures vent. Cited from Poems (Volume II), by Jonathan Swift
  • Although Ernst stood in grave danger of being crippled for life, they were ugly in their censures of him. Cited from Villa Elsa, by Stuart Henry
  • I am not, indeed, certain that those who now call so loudly for information would be prevailed on by any degree of evidence to suspend their censures. Cited from The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 10., by Samuel Johnson
  • Indeed I scarcely know, in any part of the Quaker-system, where people are louder in their censures, than upon this point. Cited from A Portraiture of Quakerism, Volume II (of 3), by Thomas Clarkson
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