from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Inclined to judge too severely; hypercritical.
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- adj. Excessively critical.
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- adj. inclined to judge too severely
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I'm like, "Oh, I never said that, but they're making me seem like I'm a little bit catty or a little bit rude or overcritical."
As artists, we are sensitive and overcritical of ourselves.
In her later memoir, she indicated that part of her problems could be related to her difficult relationship with her mother who she found overcritical.
In a year that Moon didn't even get a mention I'm going to be overcritical of the Best Picture category.
But, yesterday was a particularly heated day so maybe I'm the one being oversensitive or overcritical.thosethingswesay. blogspot.com
But, yesterday was a particularly heated day so maybe I'm the one being oversensitive or overcritical.
It tells the story of a young orphan, Pollyanna, who moves to Vermont to live with her overcritical Aunt Polly.
Problems with commitment can manifest themselves in a number of ways: your partner being overcritical of your flaws, expressing fear of being permanently trapped, looking for an out to the relationship, or avoiding emotional intimacy and affection.
I don't mean to be overcritical of Watchmen, because I enjoyed it a lot, but V for Vendetta has to be my favorite.
Is have difficulty expressing love and can be stubborn, overly cautious about money, jealous, and overcritical.