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Synonyms for critic

a person who evaluates and reports on the worth of something

a person who finds fault, often severely and willfully

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a person who is professionally engaged in the analysis and interpretation of works of art

someone who frequently finds fault or makes harsh and unfair judgments

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Xabi Alonso responded to critisism of his performance in the 1-0 loss at Chelsea with a inspired 45 minutes in the 4-2 comeback win over Fulham last Saturday.
Now back in training after the freak car accident which ruined his June date to face Froch, Dodson is keen to hit back at the critisism he's had to endure over the past month.
I wish there were more reporters like Paul McCarthy who would write constructive critisism instead of the usual 'let's knock Teesside'.
The FA, desperate to persuade temporary appointment Keegan to stay beyond his initial four-match period, will be anxious to keep their coach happy - but they risk serious critisism if Fowler is allowed to play for England after his unseemly behaviour.
I'd hold back from too much critisism, for now at least.
DEFENCE Platt hit back at critisism of City's spending
Meanwhile, she says there has been a great deal of critisism in Thailand over the bid for LFC.
We realised that there would be much critisism of our decision to close Catford and, as our managing director Clive Feltham stated, the decision was not taken lightly and was the result of several years of trading losses.
''f there is a critisism of me it would be in that I answered a question from a shareholder at last week's AGM before I was ready to go public.
The Rovers boss said: "A lot of the critisism aimed at him has been unjust in my opinion.
It grieves me also when we hear critisism of the cost of the Monarchy (whenmost of the money paid to her is to cover the salaries of people in her emloy) but at the same time we are quite happy to pay a footballer pounds 50,000 a week or more.
Following the critisism Charbonnier suffered in the wake of his performances in Valencia and against Bayern, the French keeper won back his credibilty with a display which kept his team alive during that early spell when Rangers rocked.
"I would like to think that some of my players will be stung by some of the critisism that will come their way after this game.
He is undoubtedly going through a bad patch at the moment but Gerard Houllier went about his critisism the wrong way.
But I could not believe the critisism he got after the Scotland game in Bosnia.