hypercritical : Definition, Usages, News and More

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hahy per kri ti kuhl

  • s  inclined to judge too severely
    hypercritical of colloquial speech

  • These "Gatekeeper Moms" give mixed signals they beg their husbands to get the kid dressed, then are hypercritical over the choice of outfit he puts the baby in.
  • One thing is sure: Israelis are so hypercritical of themselves that they tend to blurt out complaints to the sympathetic ears of anyone who will listen.
  • Others believed that it would strengthen him to have antagonized the Senate, especially since the people would feel that the Senate had played politics, been hypercritical .
News & Articles

  • How to Make a Rape Joke
    I laughed out loud, in spite of myself, as I watched a rape victim tell her best friend what had happened to her. Yes: “laughter,” “rape,” and “victim,” all in the same sentence. To the average hypercritical Columbia student, that statement likely sets off several alarm bells.
    Nov. 21, 2013 - Columbia Daily Spectator

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