constructive criticism is different from people just being dicks, and I love constructive criticism.
He is justifiably critical of Israel, but he is not satisfied with constructive criticism; he insists on blanket condemnation.
Offers a larger reservation of Monroe Doctrine as third constructive criticism.
As a means of constructive criticism the report system might be useful in Parliament.
Mr. Ruskin was writing for a generation not yet penetrated by the constructive criticism of recent investigation.
Civilization, indeed, may be defined as a constructive criticism of nature, and Huxley even called it a conspiracy against nature.
He was rehearsing this highly temperamental lady, and made a constructive criticism which nettled her very much.
One of the best assets in any seat of learning is the constructive criticism of the alumni.
By constructive criticism and explanation he encourages the man so that he wants to do it better next time.
It is a fact enormously significant; it reveals to us the naked man; it furnishes a basis for all constructive criticism.
criticism or advice that is useful and intended to help or improve something, often with an offer of possible solutions
early 15c., "derived by interpretation," from Middle French constructif or from Medieval Latin constructivus, from Latin construct-, past participle stem of construere "to heap up" (see construction). Meaning "pertaining to construction" is from 1817; "having the quality of constructing" is from 1841. Related: Constructively. Constructive criticism is attested by 1841.