GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To examine and judge as a critic; to pass literary or artistic judgment upon.
- v. To express one's views as to the merit or demerit of; esp., to animadvert upon; to find fault with.
- v. To act as a critic; to pass literary or artistic judgment; to play the critic; -- formerly used with
- v. To discuss the merits or demerits of a thing or person; esp., to find fault.
- v. act as a critic
- v. find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws
- From Ancient Greek κριτικός (kritikos) "of or for judging, able to discern", from κρίσις "crisis" (Wiktionary)
“His introduction of "fair use" considerations in connection with the right to criticise is a complete distration.”
“And the only country we ever criticise is you-know-who.”
“It was a game of good quality and there is no doubt that the persistent Arsenal knockers will once again criticise the result rather than look at the quality of the performance.”
“The one thing about the woman that I can find to criticise is that she went anywhere near a football player. any code, any country.”
“Visitors from industry will once again criticise the sheer numbers of graduates there and question the thinking behind such oversupply - the vast majority won't get jobs as designers and will be justifiably upset when the truth sinks in.”
“So to criticise is not my intention, but merely to draw your attention to Meredith's comprehension of the intuitions, idiosyncrasies and sensibilities of women, and to his knowledge of the difficulties of their environment, which stand between them and their perfect development.”
“What that guy doesn't know he just makes upDoes anyone remember the serious attempt in the 80s to make it a criminal offence to lampoon a politician, is it going to make a reappearance with the word criticise replacing lampoonInvestigative journalism or not, it was still worth publishing.”
“f We should have greater unity in civic action/On behalf of those who work for the city and perhaps sometimes make mistakes let me say quite frankly admit that the position of those of us who stand aside and criticise is not a logical position.”
“Understand what you 'criticise' first before asking such questions or you'll just sound like a fool.”
“He is expected to "criticise" in an hour the work of a lifetime of struggle and effort and knowledge and thought and feeling.”
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