Thesaurus / pass upon

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

There she was able to read and pass upon every story which flowed from the typewriters of the various reporters.

Ghost Beyond the GateMildred A. Wirt

This abridgment of its power to pass upon the reasonableness of tariffs as a whole was effected in the Senate.

You are not bound to pass upon the 'causes' assigned nor the 'reasons' communicated.

I had made my reflections, and never again did I venture to pass upon what contributors of his quality sent me.

Whoever doubts this may wisely consider the judgments men are pleased to pass upon one another.

The Surprises of LifeGeorges Clemenceau

What greater sarcasm can Mr. Ruskin pass upon himself than that he preaches to young men what he cannot perform!

The Gentle Art of Making EnemiesJames McNeill Whistler

Illusion lies not in the object apprehended, but only in the judgment which we pass upon it.

Then he dropped his eyes and stood waiting, while a faint fragrance seemed to pass upon the air.

Paul the Minstrel and Other StoriesArthur Christopher Benson

Men's hearts were failing them for fear, and for looking for those things that were coming to pass upon the earth.

Might they pass upon law points alone; or were they to be empowered to review the entire order of the Commission?

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