to censure

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  • The lay brother, who was standing close by, immediately began to censure the old woman. Cited from Christmas in Legend and Story, by Elva S. Smith
  • He began to censure himself for taking the independent course he had pursued. Cited from Bart Stirling's Road to Success, by Allen Chapman
  • Indeed, he would lay himself open to censure unless he admitted having studied it carefully. Cited from The Life of Sir Richard Burton, Thomas Wright
  • People, while talking, will not be able to censure us any longer. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3
  • 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
  • And very rare indeed is the woman who is qualified to censure her. Cited from The Substance of a Dream, by F. W. Bain (AKA: Francis William Bain)
  • Principal Hill agreed when the Assembly had been asked to censure him.
  • I am by no means disposed to censure the introduction of love into this play. Cited from Lectures on Dramatic Art, by A. W. Schlegel
  • That I do not take it upon myself either to praise or to censure. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 8, Ed. by Blair & Robertson
  • Then, why do good people take upon themselves to censure, as they do, persons less scrupulous than themselves? Cited from Clarissa, Vol. 8 (of 9), by Samuel Richardson
  • Those who judge only by the result, will be quick to censure a policy which might have had very different issue. Cited from Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1578b by Motley
  • My sister has entered no complaint, and I did not send for you to censure you. Cited from Rosamond, by Mary J. Holmes
  • He knew it, because he presumed to censure them for doing so. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VII (of 12)
  • With the film already finished, however, no attempt was made to censure or restrict its release.
  • Too gentle to censure, she felt that she had much cause for regret. Cited from Opening a Chestnut Burr, Edward Payson Roe
  • If your sweetheart notices another, you will immediately find cause to censure him. Cited from 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, Gustavus Hindman Miller
  • Your friends will have cause to censure you. Cited from 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, Gustavus Hindman Miller
  • But he had become so used to censure and reproof, that it had little influence over him. Cited from The Iron Rule, by T.S. Arthur
  • May the morning have no occasion to censure the night spent by freemasons. Cited from Routledge's Manual of Etiquette, Pub. by George Routledge & Sons
  • We do not in this intend to censure the parties who came to this decision. Cited from Lady Byron Vindicated, by Harriet Beecher Stowe
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