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synonyms for hyper critical

  • annoyed
  • contentious
  • exasperated
  • fractious
  • petulant
  • prickly
  • resentful
  • surly
  • testy
  • bearish
  • brooding
  • cantankerous
  • carping
  • choleric
  • complaining
  • crabbed
  • cross
  • crotchety
  • disputatious
  • dissatisfied
  • dyspeptic
  • easily offended
  • fiery
  • fretful
  • fretting
  • gloomy
  • grouchy
  • grumbling
  • hasty
  • hot
  • huffy
  • hypercritical
  • ill-humored
  • irascible
  • moody
  • morose
  • out of humor
  • oversensitive
  • peevish
  • plaintive
  • querulous
  • quick-tempered
  • sensitive
  • snappy
  • snarling
  • tense
  • touchy
  • bellyaching
  • caviling
  • criticizing
  • disparaging
  • griping
  • grousing
  • grumbling
  • kvetching
  • moaning
  • nagging
  • niggling
  • quibbling
  • whining
  • censorious
  • critical
  • deprecatory
  • fault-finding
  • grouchy
  • hypercritical
  • nit-picking
  • overcritical
  • scathing
  • accusatory
  • captious
  • carping
  • caviling
  • cavillous
  • chiding
  • complaining
  • condemnatory
  • condemning
  • critical
  • culpatory
  • denouncing
  • disapproving
  • disparaging
  • fault-finding
  • hypercritical
  • overcritical
  • reproaching
  • severe
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antonyms for hyper critical

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  • happy
  • pleasant
  • cheerful
  • nice
    • uncritical
    • undemanding
    • ready
    • willing
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          How to use hyper critical in a sentence

          These are few and verbal, but momentous, and were not made without consultation of many critical authorities and versions.
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          The Colonel left, and in a few days the election coming off, each candidate made his appearance at the critical German polls.
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          He was threatened with erysipelas, and there was a rather critical inflammation of the left eye.
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          Later on he became intensely critical of his own work, and finally bought up all the copies he could lay hands on and burnt them!
          MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
          “I thought she wos wery plump, and vell made,” said Mr. Weller, with a critical air.
          THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB, V. 2(OF 2)CHARLES DICKENS
          At the critical moment of the Austrian counter-attack at Dego, Lannes cleared the village by a brisk bayonet charge.
          NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
          The critical moralist pauses before the formidable array of the entire social world, civilized and savage.
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          Having had time to consider the Budget proposals in detail Mr. Asquith was less complimentary and more critical.
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          At this critical moment feet were heard clattering and stumbling up the stair as if in tremendous haste.
          THE GARRET AND THE GARDENR.M. BALLANTYNE
          Struck down by a fever the day before the action, he was unable to give his advice at the critical moment.
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