verb (used with object), cri·tiqued, cri·ti·quing.
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He was also derided by critiques saying he didn’t make the right play on a fourth down in the red zone, that he wasn’t studying hard enough, that he was too consumed with his own stats.Alex Smith got his second chance. Now it’s time to give Dwayne Haskins his.|Kevin Blackistone|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
Many Republican presidents have inspired critique in this overwhelmingly blue city, but maybe not similar ire.
Instead, he has delivered a trenchant critique of those values as harmful to the project of preserving our democracy amid our demographic, political and technological challenges.Some free-speech norms are in danger. Maybe that’s a good thing.|Kenneth Mack|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
People who are open to feedback and other ideas and don’t take critique personally.How 2020 Best Small Workplace YNAB recruits and retains great people|lbelanger225|October 16, 2020|Fortune
At the core of the degrowth movement is a critique of capitalism itself.Capitalism is in crisis. To save it, we need to rethink economic growth.|Katie McLean|October 14, 2020|MIT Technology Review
From an earned-media standpoint, Occupy got off of its message of critiquing the economy and got bogged down in process.Why Occupy Fizzled: A Year Later, How the Movement Got Bogged Down|Matt Taylor|September 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But critiquing Sarah Palin, Todd Akin, Sharon Angle, Herman Cain, and Michele Bachmann, is actually very easy.
There is definitely an appeal in critiquing Republicans who are obviously unqualified to govern.
Then read the mountains of judgment, scorn, bragging, critiquing, and defensiveness that each debate seems to produce.
Critiquing one finalist, she brutally compared him to Wong: “My god, I miss Alex right now.”