verb (used with object), crit·i·cized, crit·i·ciz·ing.
verb (used without object), crit·i·cized, crit·i·ciz·ing.
- critique of pure reason,
- crittenden compromise,
Origin of criticize
Examples from the Web for criticize
Better, she says, to use local Muslim leaders and others in civil society to criticize militant arguments.
She refused to criticize the group by name or clarify whether she believed that ethnic Koreans had special privileges.For Top Pols In Japan Crime Doesn’t Pay, But Hate Crime Does|Jake Adelstein, Angela Erika Kubo|September 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It increases the number of people who think, criticize, discuss.
By demonstrating a willingness to criticize President Obama, often rebuking him for his cozy relationship with Wall Street.
Then Stewart turned to criticize Palestinian militants, causing the correspondents to return and yell pro-Palestinian slogans.How Jon Stewart Made It Okay to Care About Palestinian Suffering|Dean Obeidallah|July 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She desired to meet him for comparison's sake, and to criticize a popular hero.The Tragic Comedians, Complete|George Meredith
Be careful not to criticize, as that will make it more and more nervous.The Foolish Almanak|Anonymous
It is useless to criticize genius or a miracle, except to increase its wonder.The Delicious Vice|Young E. Allison
He advocated turning the other cheek but did not criticize war.The Mistakes of Jesus|William Floyd
Bergson then proceeds to state and to criticize some of the mischievous ideas which arise from Parallelism.Bergson and His Philosophy|J. Alexander Gunn