Criticize in a sentence as a verb

Good god WhatsApp, what the **** are you doing?Cashing out billions why we criticize from a web forum.

What PG is saying is that HN can be used to criticize anyone except companies backed by YC.

From seeing how confident the Telegram team was to reading all the detractors who were so ready to criticize.

I don't want to criticize the post as promotional, because it's the company blog, and it's their job to be talking about themselves.

Its very easy to criticize any modern institution on the grounds of, "Our H. Erectus ancestors didn't do it, so it must be unnatural.

I actually found this article to be the first one that didn't just criticize Apple, but actually made suggestions about how they should go about fixing it.

This is really unfortunate and I'm sure nobody at Google really meant to do this, but...."This is the same way you'd criticize a king, somebody you are beholden to.

You're not insane, and I often wonder about how others can criticize someone for accepting such a colossal life-changing offer.

Whereas, vague and nonspecific generalities are more difficult to criticize.

The many participants on HN who criticize TSA "security theater" as a meaningless reduction in the freedom of people who travel to the United States are right on the basic point.

A woman who already speaks and organizes events is writing and illustrating a children's book about programming–and some of you sit and criticize her motives, pedagogy, and presentation skills from your desks.

Some individuals in the Linux community regularly criticize Canonical for "not playing along well with others" and taking Ubuntu in directions that go against "the community's wishes.

Also not counting documentaries like "Restrepo".I hereby dispute the idea that the DOD has made it impossible for big-budget Hollywood movies to criticize the US military, and suggest instead that the bias Hollywood in favor of the military is responding to customer preferences and not leading it.

Criticize definitions


find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws; "The paper criticized the new movie"; "Don't knock the food--it's free"

See also: knock criticise


act as a critic; "Those who criticize others often are not perfect, either"

See also: criticise