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Sentence count:258+36 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-11Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: admirationlaudpraiseSimilar words: briticismcriticizecriticasceticismskepticismcriticalhypocriticalcynicismMeaning: ['krɪtɪsɪzəm]  n. 1. disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings 2. a serious examination and judgment of something 3. a written evaluation of a work of literature. 
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1 Silence is sometimes the severest criticism
2 He launched a determined attack on academic criticism.
3 I was infuriated by / with their constant criticism.
4 The designer came in for a lot of criticism.
5 The minister received some harsh criticism.
6 Most of the criticism has been pretty tame.
7 She learned to accept criticism without rancour .
8 You'll eventually become immune to criticism.
9 The proposal provoked widespread criticism.
10 Is it hard to bear with criticism?
11 He shrugged off the criticism.
12 I disliked the implied criticism in his voice.
13 She can't accept even mild criticism of her work.
14 He was shattered and bewildered by this trenchant criticism.
15 Constant criticism saps you of your confidence.
16 I bitterly resent your criticism.
17 He was completely impervious to criticism.
18 The president came in for some ferocious criticism.
19 Criticism has been levelled at senior figures in the industry.
20 This policy had repeatedly come under strong criticism on Capitol Hill.
21 His comments were misinterpreted as a criticism of the project.
22 Foley has been particularly vocal in his criticism of the government.
23 A more telling criticism is that he reduces ethics to interpersonal relationships.
24 My main criticism of the scheme is that it does nothing to help families on low incomes.
25 Some youth today do not allow any criticism at all.
26 The plans have already come in for fierce criticism in many quarters of the country.
27 Animals are such agreeable friends --they ask no questions, they pass no criticism
28 As a controversial public figure he has breasted much hostile criticism.
29 The minister held a press conference in order to pre-empt criticism in the newspapers.
30 His face was expressionless,[] but Alex felt the unspoken criticism.
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