Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In pathology: Having no crisis: as, an acritical abscess.
  • Giving no indications of a crisis: as, acritical symptoms.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective (Med.) Having no crisis; giving no indications of a crisis.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Not critical
  • adjective Not involving a crisis

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective without a crisis (as of some diseases)

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Examples

  • Social networking with abrain: acritical review of academic sites

    2008 December | In the Library with the Lead Pipe

  • Work for today is to continue reading greygirlbeast's brilliant, evocative, nihilistic A is for Alien and thinking about what I want to say about her work on acritical level.

    my fandom runs like a girl

  • I have to laugh at all the acritical types here who heap scorn on anyone who shows "CONCERN" ... as if there was a single election ever won out of sheer unbridled optimism.

    FactCheck.Org Gets It Right: McCain's Troop Visit Attack Ad Is False

  • At present, the institution of the Monarchy isat acritical stage.

    "M" Factor in the Crisis of Present Nepal

  • Nobody here wants to hear this, but BJ Clinton played acritical role in getting us into this mess.

    Think Progress » New ABC Docudrama Blames Clinton For 9/11, Praises Bush

  • Of course, all these statements, because of their lack of 100% acritical worship of a religious, political and financial institution with a very mixed history, are to be easily dismissed as “ignorant” by the Ratzinger wannabes.

    What the future holds for Catholic Women…but don’t get too excited

  • After having spent 20 years at KSC working for NASA on the Shuttle and ISSPrograms, I feel like I have some expertise that can be used to take acritical view of Agency activities and policies.

    NASA Watch: Hubble: January 2004 Archives

  • The socialist imaginary can be paralyzed by acritical imitation of models from bureaucratic socialism, or by its cooptation by forces promoting a national populist direction, with a project of State capitalism, as a horizon for the revolutionary simulacrum.

    Venepoetics

  • What neoliberalism wants and needs is a precarious, acritical subject who displays psychotic tendencies ... a subject who is open to all kinds of fluctuating identities and who is therefore ready to be plugged into every commodity.

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  • What neoliberalism wants and needs is a precarious, acritical subject who displays psychotic tendencies ... a subject who is open to all kinds of fluctuating identities and who is therefore ready to be plugged into every commodity.

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