- adj. uncommon alternative spelling of critically acclaimed.
“The critically-acclaimed designer, whose resume includes stints with and dismissals from Nina Ricci and Rochas, has brought his dark romanticism to the sleek urbane Theory label to great effect.”
“For those who were shocked, shocked about Anthony Weiner's behavior, they were perhaps among those who never read the critically-acclaimed novel I Am Martin Eisenstadt: One Man's wildly inappropriate Adventures with the Last Republicans.”
“The crowd-pleasing, critically-acclaimed Coen brothers western remake/adaptation True Grit took the box office crown in its third weekend of release, setting itself up as a major Oscar contender.”
“This crowd-pleasing, critically-acclaimed Coen brothers western remake/adaptation took the box office crown in its third weekend of release, setting itself up as a major Oscar contender.”
“Before that, the Delaware native and former Army soldier was the owner and chef of the critically-acclaimed Restaurant 821 in Wilmington now closed.”
“The critically-acclaimed Coen brothers western grossed another $24.4 million, compared to last weekend's $24.8 million opening three-day haul.”
“Two years later, her life story would become a critically-acclaimed biopic, featuring Edward James Olmos and Jennifer Lopez.”
“It may be getting warmer outside, but the chill is in the air for fans of HBO's critically-acclaimed series, "Game of Thrones.”
“I was lucky enough to catch up with Robert Buettner again and find out the real secret behind his critically-acclaimed Jason Wander series.”
“Part love story, part graphic novel, part science textbook, the critically-acclaimed work is weaved together with such ease that readers will wish Redness could teach science at their local junior highs.”
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