censorious[ sen-sawr-ee-uh s, -sohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF censorious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CENSORIOUS
Socrates asks what manner of man was this censorious critic.
"We live in a censorious world, Citoyenne," he answered gravely.
"It's a hard, censorious world, this," answered the elder man.
No one, I tell you, not even the most strait-laced or censorious.
Prescott was not a censorious person, and he had a liking and some pity for the man.
They judged him by a censorious standard which took no account of genius.
It was a mad world—a world in which it was not safe to be censorious.
Mrs. Grundy, the representative of the censorious world, What will Mrs. Grundy say?
I am censorious of your hypocrisy, reasonably I think, because I have no weakness that way.
The unkindly disposed and censorious are shut within their own four walls.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CENSORIOUS
- not on speaking terms