Etymology
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censorious (adj.)

"fond of criticizing," 1530s, from Latin censorius "pertaining to a censor," also "rigid, severe," from censor (see censor (n.)). Related: Censoriously; censoriousness.

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Definitions of censorious

censorious (adj.)
harshly critical or expressing censure;
was censorious of petty failings
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