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censure judgment, opinion: “my just censure,” THE WINTER'S TALE, ii. 1. 37 ; “To give their censure,” 1 HENRY VI., ii. 3. 10 ; “To give his censure,” 2 HENRY VI., i. 3. 115 ; “Durst wag his tongue in censure” HENRY VIII., i. 1. 33 (in giving an opinion which of the two made the more splendid appearance); “Take each man's censure,” HAMLET, i. 3. 69 ; “in the general censure,” HAMLET, i. 4. 35 ; “the censure of the which one,” HAMLET, iii. 2. 26 ; “In censure of his seeming,” HAMLET, iii. 2. 85 ; “mouths of wisest censure,” OTHELLO, ii. 3. 185 ; “I may not breathe my censure,” OTHELLO, iv. 1. 267 ; “the strongest in our censure,” PERICLES, ii. 4. 34 ; “To give your censures,” RICHARD III., ii. 2. 144 ; “our just censures,” MACBETH, v. 4. 14.

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