censor

[ sen-ser ]SEE DEFINITION OF censor

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This would doubtless hardly be tolerated by the "censor" today.

There would seem to be no limit to the influence of the Censor.

Several bridges were also erected, and Cato the Censor is said to have built a basilica.

Jeff put out his hands for the sheets and the censor gave them up willingly.

They was after it too,—they an' the Sundyes; but the Censor did 'em.

I asked the Censor vexedly about one message he had stopped.

Was it addressed to the censor of the Territorial Bank or to the former receiver-general?

It contains no word about the war, but I cannot let it pass through the hands of the censor.

Few of the old Christian cathedrals would have passed the Censor of Plays.

He is a great teacher, a corrector of morals, a censor of vice, and a commender of virtue.

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