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Sentence count:21Posted:2017-03-26Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: censorcensorshipgloriousuxoriousnotoriouslaboriousnotoriouslylaboriouslyMeaning: [sen'sɔːrɪəs]  adj. harshly critical or expressing censure. 
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1. Despite strong principles he was never censorious.
2. She fixed her daughter with a censorious eye.
3. His tone was censorious.
4. And exposing himself to that censorious and supercilious gaze?
5. Mary, often so censorious, was sweetened by drink.
6. You're just a pair of censorious bachelors!
7. She had a primly censorious mouth above a slightly receding chin already showing the first slackness of a dewlap.
8. Atalanta tries to blunt the censorious attitude, telling of her sacrifice, that she has given up so much.
9. Horowitz had been censorious of the peace movement in the 1960s.
10. Be more understanding and less censorious.
11. But red Toryism may be too morally censorious, and too hostile to big business, to fit the bill.
12. Direct actions rely on: censorious debate and thoughts, the operation of moral dilemma issues, the encouragement on applying diversity solutions, and democratic and open learning ambiance.
13. This is because a censorious tongue may prove worse than any fault condemned in others.
14. After multiple rounds of elimination through contest, finally, censorious eyesight has to face Royal Garden where it was sentenced to death.
15. The presentation of straying males is, then, much less censorious.
16. But she was still only 23 and lived almost another 60 years, surviving into a more censorious world.
17. He has paid a terrible price for conduct that I am not sufficiently censorious to classify as wrong, bad or wicked.
18. If they fell below his standard he was disappointed, but not censorious.
18. Wish you will love and make progress everyday!
19. His treatment of him is sympathetic rather than readily censorious.
20. And what fun to eat all you wanted without having censorious people say you weren't ladylike.
21. A long angry or violent speech, usually of a censorious or denunciatory nature; a diatribe.
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