Yet jollity and gloom are still at war in our censorious age.
But amid all the censorious protests against “self-censorship” an important legal principle has been ignored.
He bids him above all things not to be censorious, and not to be ostentatious.
It was a mad world—a world in which it was not safe to be censorious.
For love is not censorious, but is inclined to judge the best, till evidence constrain you to the contrary.
But France being old-fashioned and behind the times is not censorious.
"And he never does any thing else," said the old lady of the censorious countenance.
But one must not be too censorious in thinking of Mary Stuart.
When it carried him the people found fault, and when he carried it they were as censorious as ever.
Nothing in the world can secure you from censorious, slanderous tongues.