censure (v.) Old form(s): censur'd
pass judgement on, condemn, pronounce sentence on
KL III.v.2[Edmund to Cornwall] I may be censured that nature thus gives way to loyalty
KL V.iii.3.1[Edmund to all, of Lear and Cordelia] Good guard, / Until their greater pleasures first be known / That are to censure them
MM I.iv.72.2[Lucio to Isabella, of Angelo and Claudio] [he] Has censured him
MM II.i.15[Escalus to Angelo, of Claudio] Whether you had not sometime in your life / Erred in this point which now you censure him
TG I.ii.19[Lucetta to Julia] 'tis a passing shame / That I ... / Should censure thus on lovely gentlemen
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