To Criticize in a sentence

How to use To Criticize in a Sentence?

  • What right have we to criticize the doings of people so much wiser than we are?
  • They began to criticize all sorts of things which they had believed in and reverenced before.
  • This sounded improbable, but we were in no position to criticize our information.
  • It was not in me just then to criticize the evasion, or pick out the sophistry from the truth.
  • He is a writer difficult to criticize, because his defects are pleasing defects.
  • Their methods may seem strange to us, but we are not competent to criticize them.
  • I could see nothing in her conduct to criticize, and she appealed to me in all womanhood.
  • But then, it isn't for you to criticize him, Nellie, for you've taken them in yourself.
  • I wish you wouldn't be apologetic about criticism from people who have a right to criticize.
  • It is a useful lesson to get a class to criticize all original tunes when played by the young composer.
  • To criticize verse without giving quotations is to leave one largely in ignorance of the quality of the verse.
  • Fortunately there was none near save a staid old waiter to criticize their freedom, and of him they were unaware.
  • In fact, Mr. Bose goes on to criticize the whole system of Western education, as applied to India.
  • If that was true, we can find nothing to criticize in him, because he gave them a market for their product.
  • He took opportunity to criticize the management of the evening, and to deplore the fact that his services had not been utilized.
  • He also once informed me that he did not care to be introduced to persons whom he had criticized, or was about to criticize, in print.
  • Some of our employes have gone so far as to criticize head office indiscriminately in the matter of salaries, etc.
  • She was not afraid to criticize the minister, or to repeat week by week the story of her conversion in her ninth year.
  • Our author, having expounded this doctrine with much precision, proceeds to criticize it with equal sagacity.
  • Nothing appears more ridiculous in the eyes of a sensible man than for one denomination to criticize another whose creed is equally foolish.
  • The fact that he was a poor man was the only mitigating circumstance, leaving it open to the more captious to criticize the lady sharply.
  • Each began to criticize the other silently, to sneer at his weaknesses, to meditate derisively upon his peculiarities.
  • This figure appears on general grounds to be plausible, but I have not the knowledge to endorse or to criticize it.
  • It was not for me, however, to criticize, even in my own mind, anything of a military nature which might be on foot.
  • The child is more ready and more able to criticize its parents; indeed, the whole generation is critical, has acquired the habit of introspection.
  • Dick remembered the incident afterwards with a little twitch of his lips because it was so typical of his mother and it was just at this period that he had begun to criticize her.

Short Example Sentence for To Criticize

  • Nor was there any one to criticize.
  • And he proceeded to criticize his benefactress.
  • People will always find something to criticize.
  • You are assuming the right to criticize me, are you?
  • He may be fit to criticize, but he is not fit to act.
  • He handed me the draft of it and asked me to criticize it freely.
  • How silly it would be to criticize a cyclone because it is not a zephyr!
  • Here's Lettice coming to criticize.
  • He had learned, however, that I expect my staff not to criticize, but to obey.
  • Did he really mean to discuss, to criticize her relations to James Penhallow?
  • She desired to meet him for comparison's sake, and to criticize a popular hero.
  • But it was not Calhoun's function to criticize when it could be avoided.
  • But it was not Calhoun's function to criticize when it could be avoided.
  • I have not patience to criticize Wright and Brahe's conduct.