Whilst I was in this critical state of ineptitude, my attention was accidentally roused by the sight of a boxing-match.
The affairs of the University were in a critical state by 1843.
He lay for some days in a critical state, hopes and fears about equally balancing, and then he began to get visibly stronger.
Europe is in a critical state, politically, ecclesiastically, socially.
He then told me that there was a paragraph going round the papers to the effect that I was "in a critical state of health."
He was oppressed more than all by the critical state of the interior.
From her account of him it was evident that Bettesworth was in a critical state.
Mr Vaughan said, he had determined to go, on account of the critical state of his family, his wife being probably abed.
Defeat of Ferguson.In this critical state of the action, Ferguson received a mortal wound, and instantly expired.
He then told me that there was a paragraph going round the papers, to the effect that I was 'in a critical state of health.'
|critical state |
The state of matter of a substance at its critical point.