critical

[ krit-i-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF critical

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRITICAL

Do Ministers deserve no credit for hitting on this critical device?

It was at this critical moment that Cassidy entered from the opposite side of the office.

I should think Mr. Hynes would be too critical to admire Milly.

The best biography of Handel and critical study of his works in English.

There is no doubt that many doors have been opened by critical methods.

The American arrived at the head of the companionway at a critical juncture.

His mother said nothing, but not a move escaped her critical eye.

But the daring intrepidity of the Deal boatmen was not wanting at this critical moment.

But she imagined the clear, critical eyes, their sudden frown or smile.

If you're so critical of my clothes, why don't you come and look after them and me?

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