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  • n. Plural form of castigator.

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Examples

  • Stopford Brooke and Bishop Creighton wrote to me with a warmth and emphasis that soon healed the wounds of the Scots Observer; and that the public was with them, and not with my castigators, was quickly visible from the wide success of the book.

    Writer's Recollections

  • But whilst popular preachers and castigators of the sins of society fulminate against the fine lady who asks for belladonna and refuses to do her duty, we must enquire to what extent, if any, women no longer nurse their babies because they cannot, try they never so patiently and strenuously.

    Woman and Womanhood A Search for Principles

  • Stopford Brooke and Bishop Creighton wrote to me with a warmth and emphasis that soon healed the wounds of the _Scots Observer_; and that the public was with them, and not with my castigators, was quickly visible from the wide success of the book.

    A Writer's Recollections — Volume 2

  • One by one the luckless and dripping Philosophers ran the gauntlet of that fatal debarkation, which was by no means alleviated by the opprobrious hilarity of our two castigators and the delighted yappings of Tike.

    Tom, Dick and Harry

  • Realists -- really your castigators for not having yet embraced Philosophy.

    Diana of the Crossways — Volume 1

  • Peruse your Realists -- really your castigators for not having yet embraced

    Diana of the Crossways — Complete

  • But it was the television segments targeting Bachmann that garnered the most attention; and, it seems, one of the castigators is already getting his karma.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • I expect you’re right that there will be some castigators further down your comments box.

    part-time mummy

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