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  • Others have criticized him for a lack of strong female characters in his early work.
  • In recent years the organization has criticized certain aspects of US foreign policy.
  • All these events have been heavily criticized by international political figures.
  • He strongly criticizes her, first behind her back and eventually to her face.
  • But the law is criticized by many for not being effective enough.
  • He later criticizes members of society for their lack of such a relationship with nature.
  • In the West he has been criticized for his poor military skills.
  • Also, he does not like the world of court and always criticizes it.
  • "Human capital" has been and is still being criticized in numerous ways.
  • In particular, the special effects of the film have been heavily criticized.
  • The songs written by Prince were criticized for being "too out of place".
  • Other schools incorporated some parts of this theory and criticized others.
  • It is known that since his own lifetime, he was already famous and criticized.
  • He has never been afraid to criticize his own party, whether in government or opposition.
  • But what made him special was that he didn't just criticize.
  • Throughout his participation in the civil rights movement, King was criticized by many groups.
  • I don't want to criticize the new rules, they are not bad.
  • The site contains articles and other information criticizing many forms of alternative medicine.
  • Throughout his long career, many of his films did poorly and were criticized as a result.
  • His entry was criticized by many in the press, and faced public and political opposition.
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Words starting with criticize

Meaning of criticize

  • verb Act as a critic
    Those who criticize others often are not perfect, either