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After all, here was a babe equipped to face the exigencies of a censorious world; in looks and apparel a credit to any father.
They judged him by a censorious standard which took no account of genius.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
Yes, and she is a curious being to pretend to be censorious—an awkward thing, without any one good point under the sun.
He forgot the delicate and uncertain state of his marital affairs, forgot the censorious world, his ennui and doubt and regret.
THE BEAUTYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
The Bishop is especially incensed at the censer; and waxes censorious about the wax lights.
As we have seen, instead of softening his selfish nature, it rendered him more morose and censorious.
HUBERT'S WIFEMINNIE MARY LEE
Nothing in the world can secure you from censorious, slanderous tongues.
Be not too censorious of others for different fashions of apparel.
His language (where he could spare or pass a jest) was nobly censorious.
When it carried him the people found fault, and when he carried it they were as censorious as ever.
A WORD TO WOMENMRS. C. E. HUMPHRY

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