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Censured Quotes By Aristophanes: An insult directed at the wicked is not An insult directed at the wicked is not to be censured; on the contrary, the honest man, if he has sense, can only applaud. — Aristophanes
Censured Quotes By Charlotte Mary Yonge: That the women of the Old Testament were That the women of the Old Testament were dressed with oriental richness there is no doubt, nor are they censured for so arraying themselves. — Charlotte Mary Yonge
Censured Quotes By Arthur Schopenhauer: Pride is generally censured and decried, but mainly Pride is generally censured and decried, but mainly by those who have nothing to be proud of. — Arthur Schopenhauer
Censured Quotes By Sri Aurobindo: Watch the too indignantly righteous. Before long you Watch the too indignantly righteous. Before long you will find them committing or condoning the very offence which they have so fiercely censured. — Sri Aurobindo
Censured Quotes By Plato: Injustice is censured because the censures are afraid Injustice is censured because the censures are afraid of suffering, and not from any fear which they have of doing injustice. — Plato
Censured Quotes By NIETZSCHE FRIEDRICH WILHELM: Lack of intimacy among friends is a mistake Lack of intimacy among friends is a mistake that cannot be censured without becoming irreparable. — NIETZSCHE FRIEDRICH WILHELM
Censured Quotes By Plutarch: Nor is drunkenness censured for anything so much Nor is drunkenness censured for anything so much as its intemperate and endless talk. — Plutarch