- a critic.
- a critique.
Origin of crit
First recorded in 1735–45; by shortening
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Examples from the Web for crit
Reckon if you keep up with Crit's business, my friend, you'll have to walk faster.
Now God above, why not Crit Madeira tell you that tr-r-ue way of things?
It is all Crit, who is an angel, as I believe I remarked before.Molly Brown's Post-Graduate Days
He was a man who had not believed in Crit Madeira, but it occurred to him that this was not the time or the place to recall that.
That son-in-law of his woulda jes adzackly suited Mist' Crit.
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Word Origin and History for crit
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