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On the whole, however, the critic is far less of a professional faultfinder than is sometimes imagined.
THE ART OF LETTERSROBERT LYND
He said of himself that he had been sentenced by his nature to be the faultfinder, to see the other side of things.
PLAYS: COMRADES; FACING DEATH; PARIAH; EASTERAUGUST STRINDBERG
Our late Mr. Moody says a true thing when he says that a faultfinder is usually a lightweight.
THE NATION BEHIND PRISON BARSGEORGE L. HERR
After his conversion he made amends, though he was always the atrabilious faultfinder.
UNICORNSJAMES HUNEKER
Who but a chronic faultfinder could object to this upward move, so obvious now in all directions?
IS THE DEVIL A MYTH?C. F. WIMBERLY
Having listened to the faultfinder, they vote; and having voted, they rarely relent.
SOCIALISM AND DEMOCRACY IN EUROPESAMUEL P. ORTH

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