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noun as in interpretation, analysis
noun as in verbal disapproval
Moreno in his Facebook post wrote the file he saw at the police station had copies of his public criticisms of Mariela Castro, including a hashtag that mocked her.
Oceanside is rethinking the process for hiring a new police chief in the face of criticism from community leaders.
The city changed its policy, after coming under criticism from District Attorney Summer Stephan, and the crime lab manager left the department.
By then, authorities’ inaction had already led to widespread criticism.
That has become even more important at a time when it faces criticism for its initial handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which originated there.
But this was the year when criticism of said women finally got the harsh words it deserved.
However, the Republican base will be far less forgiving of Paul for his criticism of police policy and his courtship of Sharpton.
Roth responded to the criticism by saying that “Americans do not even know that this country exists.”
Of course, with such a soft-handed approach comes criticism from the Danish right.
The clip received heaps of Internet criticism after it went viral, and has since been pulled down from state channels.
I claim that it contains many errors of fact, and the Higher Criticism supports the claim; as we shall see.
He was professor of oriental languages; his dissertations on various subjects of criticism and antiquity were highly esteemed.
The socialist reads such criticism as the above with impatient approval.
Marshal Marmont has been called one of Napoleon's failures, but this criticism is one-sided and unjust.
But angels and ministers of grace defend us from ministers of religion who essay art criticism!
On this page you'll find 124 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to criticism, such as: assessment, comment, critique, judgment, opinion, and review.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.