criticism

[ krit-uh-siz-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF criticism

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRITICISM

I am well aware of the criticism which will at once be passed on what I now advance.

If criticism of this kind is prohibited the doors of the House might as well be shut.

I have, however, given due credit to German criticism, when it is sound.

The two lines are clearly Shakespeare's criticism of himself.

I perceive in your eyes, my indulgent spectators, the criticism which you are too kind to utter.

He could imagine the talk there would be in Ballyards about his criticism of the concert.

He either did not hear or would not answer his friend's criticism.

I do not think that he cared much for what people say about criticism or style.

But just then my childish pride was grievously piqued by Philip's criticism.

I went, and we lost ourselves for a time in our criticism of the picture.

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