Similar words: critic, critical, criticism, criticize, hypercritical, hypocritical, antique, mystique. Meaning: [krɪ'tiːk] n. 1. an essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play) 2. a serious examination and judgment of something. v. appraise critically.
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1. Following this critique, students rewrite their papers and submit them for final evaluation.
2. The book presents a critique of the Government's policies.
3. The book provides a thorough critique of current theories.
4. He offered to critique our plans.
5. She had brought a book, a feminist critique of Victorian lady novelists.
6. This kind of social critique was a new departure.
7. He did, however, curtail his withering critique.
8. The internal critique is more searching still.
9. Last fall, Republicans offered an incoherent critique.
10. Manne develops his critique of enforcement further.
11. Methodological difficulties have, however, blunted the phenomenological critique.
12. The second critique is more authentically pluralistic.
13. The epidemiological critique has also strengthened.
14. Feminist critique of the practical terms of marriage has a long history.
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15. Perhaps the most fundamental critique is that provided by theorists emphasizing the global structure of economic and political power.
16. This takes the form of an ironic critique ostensibly illustrating the superiority of Philips's pastorals to Pope's.
17. Now Feuerbach's critique came into its own within the new movement of theology itself.
18. The failing of the more usual critique lies in its insufficient attention to empirical practice.
19. The final article is a critique of John Updike's latest novel.
20. The connection between this form of critique and freedom is more far-reaching still.
21. But there is no evidence that he mounted a critique of the position in which women were placed in his society.
22. The left alone has the rudiments of a comprehensive rational critique which could challenge it.
23. The government-chartered National Research Council on Wednesday released a critique of those plans.
24. We conclude, therefore, that the radical perspective on the labour process offers a far-reaching critique of conventional organisation theory.
25. They can bounce ideas off one another and provide a mutual critique or one another's work.
26. There is not the space here to provide a thorough critique of positivistic methods.
27. Labov's work to redeem, as it were, underprivileged speech also entailed a revealing critique of more privileged forms.
28. That is, cultural forms are also understood in terms of their potential as a critique of existing social conditions.
29. There was both a majority and a minority report, and the latter provided a well argued critique of the system.
30. This discursive attack is paralleled by a scathing social critique.
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