criticize

[ krit-uh-sahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF criticize

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRITICIZE

She was not in any condition to criticize the appearance of another woman.

When they criticize I am annoyed and when they praise I am uneasy.

Grammarians may criticize the syntax of the President's message, and the style.

But it was not Calhoun's function to criticize when it could be avoided.

Yes, is the reply, and I will criticize you and myself, as well as him.

She was more likely to champion than criticize our ways and habits now.

Now that his mother had wounded his vanity he could criticize her thus.

He was poor; therefore he would never dare to criticize his benefactress.

I'd be more polite than to criticize his linny-ments like that.

He advocated turning the other cheek but did not criticize war.

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