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Synonyms for faultfinder

a person who finds fault, often severely and willfully

Synonyms for faultfinder

someone who is critical of the motives of others

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The cynics and the faultfinders will tell you that the No 9 is just another shirt and it doesn't really matter who wears it.
I want to take aim at the curmudgeons and faultfinders who hold forth on the impossibility of renewables.
Yet, how can an aggressive, action-oriented attitude be encouraged when the government faultfinders often seek to "chop off" heads that stick out too far?
Americans love doers and view naysayers and faultfinders with suspicion.
And although CPAs are educated and trained to be professional faultfinders, this inherent preoccupation with the negative is a recipe for disaster when it comes to managing human capital.
Game 7 proved a romp for the Tigers behind ace Hal Newhouser as they won 9-3 in a Series that Graham, Brown and other faultfinders considered sloppy beyond belief.
4) TLH, in use for almost a quarter of a century, had its own faultfinders whose disapproval was especially directed to the musical settings of the hymns and liturgy.
Your own subordinates may also be faultfinders and critics of the project.
THE COMMON RAP AMONG LEE FAULTFINDERS is that the Montana papers are poorly edited and that employees are underpaid and overworked.
As surely as those fronds were taking carbon dioxide and water and turning them into sugar in the afternoon sunlight, so were the faultfinders processing their sour soliloquies on female sports.
But partisans in Manila took their proper side as eager faultfinders and were quick to point out that raw politics for 2016 started to paint its full picture in 2013.