criticism (Meaning)

Wordnet

criticism (n)

disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings

a serious examination and judgment of something

a written evaluation of a work of literature

criticism Sentence Examples

  1. Constructive criticism is essential for improvement in any field.
  2. She welcomed criticism as an opportunity to learn and grow.
  3. The politician faced heavy criticism for his handling of the situation.
  4. The author's latest novel received mixed reviews, with some praise and some criticism.
  5. It's important to offer criticism respectfully and with empathy.
  6. The artist was deeply affected by the harsh criticism of his latest exhibition.
  7. The team leader encouraged open dialogue and constructive criticism among team members.
  8. The film director faced criticism for the lack of diversity in the cast.
  9. The company's decision to downsize was met with widespread criticism from employees and stakeholders.
  10. Despite the criticism, the athlete remained focused on improving their performance.

FAQs About the word criticism

disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings, a serious examination and judgment of something, a written evaluation of a work of literature

review,critique,, examen, study, appraisal, column, analysis, opinion, editorial

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Constructive criticism is essential for improvement in any field.

She welcomed criticism as an opportunity to learn and grow.

The politician faced heavy criticism for his handling of the situation.

The author's latest novel received mixed reviews, with some praise and some criticism.