without censure

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  • She can do as she wishes, when she wishes, without censure.
  • They came next to the royal hall, where the king received his loving consort without censure or suspicion. Cited from Letters On Demonology And Witchcraft, by Sir Walter Scott
  • I asked if it was not strange that government should permit so many infidel writings to pass without censure. Cited from Life Of Johnson, Volume 5, by Boswell
  • Every man present shall speak his mind without censure from his colleagues; and he who prevaricates is no true subject of mine. Cited from Prince Eugene, by Louisa Muhlbach
  • The second book is full of description which displays, without censure, the abuse of women.
  • The only case where that knowledge was necessary was when it was alleged that doctrines had been held in the Church without censure. Cited from Occasional Papers, by R.W. Church
  • "I may not, without censure of my own conscience, hear those who are associated with me in the government blamed." Cited from The Knight of the Golden Melice, by John Turvill Adams
  • Without censure from the Sultan books could not be legally issued.
  • I know not, sir, why the gentlemen, who are thus indecently attacked, have suffered such reproaches without censure, and without reply. Cited from The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 10., by Samuel Johnson
  • In this character I always endeavoured to acquit myself, if not with applause, at least without censure. Cited from The Works of Samuel Johnson in Nine Volumes, Vol. IV, by Samuel Johnson
  • Yet in the midst of all this he escaped not without censure, occasioned either by the ill-nature of his enemies or by his own misconduct. Cited from Plutarch's Lives, A. H. Clough,
  • Much of these positions is, perhaps, true; and the whole paragraph might well pass without censure, were not objections necessary to the establishment of knowledge. Cited from The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 6, by Samuel Johnson
  • Nor did the new arrangement, under which the landlord paid one moiety of the rate, and the occupier the other, pass without censure. Cited from The Great Irish Famine of 1847, by John O'Rourke
  • Some moralists hold that ignorance excuses from all reservations, whether with or without censure.
  • The player can take contracts by both sides without censure from either, though doing so will cause time-limited contract openings to close if the player is already "booked".
  • At present, however, it passed without censure, as the effect of inattention, rather than a design to encroach upon the privileges of the house. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II, by Tobias Smollett
  • When other people were afraid, he looked upon them without censure but also without any particular compassion, just as upon a rather contagious illness from which, however, he himself had never suffered. Cited from The Seven who were Hanged, by Leonid Andreyev
  • Such a view of God might have been held without censure three thousand years ago; it cannot be held without sin by men who have the New Testament in their hands. Cited from Who Wrote the Bible?, by Washington Gladden
  • No one who has read the history of this time can fail to be struck with the fact that on every hand there are references to acts of immorality which seem to pass without censure. Cited from Women of the Romance Countries, by John R. Effinger
  • The greatest liberty was used in arraigning this new dignity; and even the personal character and conduct of Cromwell escaped not without censure. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. I, Part E, by David Hume
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