from The Century Dictionary.
- In a hypercritical manner; with excessive criticism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a hypercritical manner.
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- adverb in a
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All the above makes me look at each article I see with a jaundiced eye and makes me pour over the thing hypercritically.
In my desire to share my great ideas, I had focused hypercritically on others and what I thought was their inability to perform their jobs correctly.
Thus every thing becomes, if hypercritically examined, a question of degree, "_demo unum, demo etiam unum_," and the hundred years become an hour; nought is every thing, and every thing is nought.
In his general closing remarks, the Crown lawyer claimed that since Kim was denied leave to appeal the negative decision in her Humanitarian & Compassionate Application, this appeal of the PRA should be automatically denied; that the court should not "hypercritically and microscopically dissect" decisions; and that Kim Rivera has already had "more than one turn at bat" (ack, baseball metaphor!) to stay in Canada.
That’s why they all have to be taken with a grain of salt and read hypercritically.
Besides, it doesn’t get much more hypercritically metatextual, reading a bedtime story that is a bedtime story being read.
"Makes plenty of noise," said the County Court clerk hypercritically, "for
Cooke remarks here, somewhat hypercritically as it would seem: “Thais is not called ‘meretrix’ here opprobriously, but to distinguish her from other ladies of the same name, who were not of the same profession.”] [Footnote 58: _A Eunuch_) -- Ver.