- v. Simple past tense and past participle of criminate.
“Would a man of honour wish to be considered as one of the latter, rather than as one of those who would have distin-guished the fit from the unfit, had they not been dis criminated by human sanctions?”
“Montgeorges managed so well, that he was not legally criminated.”
“Had Pilate been compelled to give sentence against Christ, he would have had no sense of guilt; nor could he have been justly criminated.”
“If the matter was not public, the delinquent was not to be criminated because he did not make it so.”
“Pao-yü had, in fact, no idea as yet of what had been said by Chia Huan, and, when he heard Hsi Jen's disclosures, he eventually got to know what it was; but as it also criminated Hsüeh P'an, he feared lest Pao-ch'ai might feel unhappy, so he lost no time in interrupting Hsi Jen.”
“-- Yet this wretch might, for a time at least, have escaped punishment, had he not, in defending himself, criminated the remains of the Committee, whom it was intended to screen.”
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“He accordingly took an opportunity of stealing some articles which had been pointed out, and gave them to his companion, who, in disposing of them, was detected, and of course criminated Jones.”
“Lucullus, likewise, for opposing him with some warmth, he so terrified with the apprehension of being criminated, that, to deprecate the consul's resentment, he fell on his knees.”
“Real hurried to the Temple in order to interrogate him, and in his first confessions he criminated Moreau, affirming that he had held repeated conferences with Pichegru.”
“Resolved, That if we have indulged harsh thoughts and groundless suspicions, if we have without reason criminated and recriminated, we here humbly confess our fault before our adorable”
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