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Security and logistics were more critical than ever, and we soon drifted onto the topic of reliable fixers.

But perhaps more critical than buying old outlets will be the growth of their own oligarch controlled news media.

Even more critical, people will need to think about the risks of such activities with greater scrutiny.

But it quickly becomes clear how their biases so blind them that they fail to ask far more critical questions.

My case became more critical because I went to Gaza to support Palestinians.

Having had time to consider the Budget proposals in detail Mr. Asquith was less complimentary and more critical.

It might be prudent and more critical to take each book on its own merits in a dry light.

What made their situation the more critical was the reluctance of the militia and volunteers to take up arms.

But after a closer and more critical study of the novel I have come to see merits that before escaped my eye.

But while he was thus engaged, Joe's predicament became each moment more critical.


On this page you'll find 217 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to critical, such as: demanding, analytical, belittling, biting, calumniatory, and captious.

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