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- adv. In a censurable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a censurable manner; in a manner worthy of blame.
She wrote, “Those would have been censurably rude, but not as breathtakingly slanderous as the one he chose.”
That wise man who, cleansed by the possession of knowledge and might and of righteous conduct at other times, acts censurably in such season, does not really deserve to be censured.
In an assembly where a truly censurable act is not rebuked, half the demerit of that act attacheth to the head of that assembly, a fourth to the person acting censurably and a fourth unto those others that are there.
Mrs. Abercrombie too severely, nor say this cause was censurably inadequate.
It is evident that taking this ground for their future justification to France and to the United States, they were sensible they had censurably neglected these overtures of treaty; for not only what I had said to Mr. Genet was without authority from them, but was never communicated to them till this day.