- v. present participle of critique.
“But, critiquing is not the same as decision-making.”
“However there are writers, like me, who believe beta reading and critiquing is a must if you are serious about writing and getting published.”
“Over the course of this year I have come to understand critiquing is an opportunity to have a dialogue about a piece of work.”
“I think this process of critiquing is often avoided by writers because thy are afraid their work might be debased before their eyes.”
“I see Obama getting a lot more involved, especially in critiquing Republicans who have been trying to call him out (on slanders) the last year or so.”
“(As Dercourt rightly told us during his Q&A, Chabrol is as interested in critiquing the French bourgeoisie as he is in mystery or thrills.)”
“The critiquing is catch as catch can, not a regular or scheduled thing.”
“She has been in critiquing groups for years and has more experience in that sense than the rest of us put together (we're so new to it, feeling the way.)”
“So in critiquing a double page spread we art direct a student towards a solution that "works" but unless we teach them why it works there is no guarantee they will do so again without our supervision.”
“In those cases, the books were already published, so I wasn't "critiquing"--well, I suppose I could have quibbled about problems if I found them, but what I wanted to do was tell about the things I loved, so the writer would know just where and how his or her story moved me.”
Looking for tweets for critiquing.