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Synonyms for critic

Synonyms for critic

a person who evaluates and reports on the worth of something

a person who finds fault, often severely and willfully

Words related to critic

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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Critical' isn't just another word for 'mean,'" explains Lindsey Wilson, theatre critic for D Magazine in Dallas and a 2014 NCI fellow.
Cliff Cullen, critic for Healthy Living, Seniors and Consumer Affairs and the Liquor Control Act.
Of the food critics, the absolute worst are the wine critics.
ABC Media Productions announced that when the TV show returns for the new season, its reviewer/hosts will be film critics A.
Summary: The Gulf Film Festival, held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Majid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Culture and Arts authority (Dubai Culture), hosted its second night of networking for GCC film professionals, entitled 'Gulf Nights,' in the presence of celebrated film critics Mohammad Reda, Essam Mohammed and Salah Sermini.
It is being released at the end of December but won't be eligible for the New York Film Critics Circle awards to be handed out next week because most of us are not being allowed to see it.
But for the professional critic the fundamental task is to build a bridge between the artist and his audience.
Another way to disarm the inner critic: "Write a letter to your critic and tell it off," says Hollis.
Instead, wine emerges as an experience open to invention and reinvention, a nebulous pleasure captured only fleetingly in the strained metaphor of a critic or the romance of an Italian estate before it is reconceived as something wholly different.
Because of the conversational nature of the interviews, they also reflect Nurse's critical practice--as when, in a group interview with Andre Alexis, Nalo Hopkinson, and Djanet Sears, she notes that, "As a black critic I want people to see that blackness is everything" (149).
Film critic, eye weekly Wavelength Calendar Leolo Dead Ringers Thirty-Two Short Films about Glenn Gould La Sarrasine The Heart of the World Neighbours Jesus de Montreal Atanarjuat
Young's on the American literary critic and theorist Stanley Fish--are the latest installments.
Frank Gabrenya knows people envy him his job as film critic for the Columbus Dispatch.
As a matter of fact, the first generation of sub-Saharan women writers writing in English--Aidoo, Nwapa, Ogot, Efua Sutherland (Ghana) and Bessie Head (South Africa)--were largely ignored in the emerging African literary criticism, prompting the African American feminist critic, Roseann P.
Critic, The (in full The Critic, or a Tragedy Rehearsed) Burlesque drama in three acts by Richard BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, produced in 1779 and published in 1781.