censorship[ sen-ser-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF censorship
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CENSORSHIP
Patricia forgot her censorship as the spirit of the explorer rose in her.
The Duc wondered what a censorship would let pass if there were one.
No: she had heard too much of it; it made you almost wish for a Censorship of the Press.
The newsletters, of course, might be under the censorship of Rome and Naples.
The discovery of a new spot on the sun is evidently a case for the censorship.
I call the censorship chaotic because of the chaos in its administration.
He got the impression that she put off all censorship from either her feeling or her expression.
A few voices, however, were raised in favour of a censorship.
I wish to claim no censorship over the style and diction of your letters.
How absurd, how inadequate this all is we see from the existence of the Censorship on Drama.