verb (used with object), crit·i·cized, crit·i·ciz·ing.
verb (used without object), crit·i·cized, crit·i·ciz·ing.
Origin of criticize
Synonyms for criticize
Examples from the Web for criticising
Contemporary Examples of criticising
In the old days, criticising the Queen's glossy locks would have been a head-removing offense.Kate's Hair Is 'Overdone' Says Former Royal Hairdresser
February 19, 2014
He felt “doubly guilty for criticising the book” when she generously inscribed his copy.Jane Goodall’s Troubling, Error-Filled New Book, ‘Seeds of Hope’
March 26, 2013
Historical Examples of criticising
Instead of criticising he has in most cases merely described.
What right has she, I want to know, to be criticising Sidney Baumann's people?From Place to Place
Irvin S. Cobb
They naturally fell to discussing the men, and to criticising their dancing.Novel Notes
Jerome K. Jerome
The just ground for criticising him is, not that he attempted to do this, but that he faltered by the way.The Story of the Mormons
William Alexander Linn
On the whole, they refrained from criticising modern times or from exulting their own.Virgin Soil
Ivan S. Turgenev