hypercriticism love

Definitions

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

  • noun Excessive criticism, or unjust severity or rigor of criticism; zoilism.

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  • noun Excessive or unfairly harsh criticism.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ criticism

Examples

  • The pedagogue, it is true, often expressed his disgust at the amusements and antics of the negroes, declaring they were unbecoming human beings and otherwise manifesting that disposition to hypercriticism, which is apt to distinguish one who is only a tyro in his own case.

    Satanstoe

  • The official Cuban news agency AIN recently accused them of "hypercriticism" and being the latest tool of Cuba's foes.

    Yahoo! News: Latest news headlines News Headlines | Top Stories

  • Often others see the beauty in you while you, conditioned by hypercriticism, see only flaws.

    True You

  • … It is sheer hypercriticism to deny the substantially Mosaic character of the Pentateuchal tradition.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • … It is sheer hypercriticism to deny the substantially Mosaic character of the Pentateuchal tradition.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Often others see the beauty in you while you, conditioned by hypercriticism, see only flaws.

    True You

  • Often others see the beauty in you while you, conditioned by hypercriticism, see only flaws.

    True You

  • Often others see the beauty in you while you, conditioned by hypercriticism, see only flaws.

    True You

  • I'd give up this line of hypercriticism if I was a GOPer ... it's not going to do yuo any good.

    McCain: Obama has not changed Washington

  • … It is sheer hypercriticism to deny the substantially Mosaic character of the Pentateuchal tradition.

    Modern Science in the Bible

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