Definition of censorial in English:

censorial

adjective

  • See censor

    • ‘Many of Pasolini's films, with their anti-fascist voice, radical reformist ideals, and unbridled sexuality, were seized on moral grounds by higher censorial authorities, denounced as blasphemous and obscene.’
    • ‘The Thatcher years were considered by the Press in this country (of all political persuasions) to be the most censorial of media freedoms since the 1600s.’
    • ‘Like last time around, Walser again said he was addressing freedom of expression; he claimed his book was about the censorial power wielded by the German literary and media establishment.’
    • ‘These censorial measures not only prevent young people from learning, thinking, and exploring, they deprive them of critical information on subjects ranging from human rights and feminism to drugs and safer sex.’
    • ‘Kent says High suffered censorial woes because of the shift in thinking at the time.’

Pronunciation

censorial

/sɛnˈsɔriəl//senˈsôrēəl/