Wakefield's hypercritical fastidiousness would have completely defeated the intentions of Gray.
This is not hypercritical, but is in accordance with the knowledge we have to-day.
His subsequent visits were frequent and seldom welcomed by the rank and file, who found him awe-inspiring and hypercritical.
All this is hypercritical, but hypercriticism must be met with its own weapons.
Weariness had produced this captious, hypercritical fit, and by and by she would become used to him, she said.
"'Tis rude to laugh" is another precept of the hypercritical mother.
"But it is hypercritical even to suggest such a thing," she said, pouting.
It were hypercritical to accuse him of a lack of originality.
We regard it as hypercritical to speak of the want of Alpine scenery around Niagara.
The dialects are somewhat muddled, moreover; but we must not be hypercritical.