Criticized [verb]

Definition of Criticized:

disapprove, judge as bad

Opposite/Antonyms of Criticized:

Sentence/Example of Criticized:

Regardless, some Republic legislators in the state have criticized the mask requirement, calling it unconstitutional.

The letter criticized NHTSA for moving in the opposite direction in its new changes.

Google local support has historically been criticized for uneven quality.

It was criticized for not ensuring enough PCR tests at the beginning, and when antigen tests became available, it shoved them at the states without a coordinated plan, he said.

After all, he had previously introduced legislation to remove Earth science from NASA's mission statement, and he criticized same-sex marriages.

Some parents have criticized the district for, they say, slow-rolling its reopening.

At the TCF Center on Wednesday, a group of Republicans who wanted to be election “challengers” criticized how the vote-counting was unfolding and demanded to be let inside.

I did criticize Wild Oats about six times in an eight-year period.

There was a time when there was no shortage of marketers queuing up to publicly criticize these practices.

Justice Democrats pulled back its support immediately after Gómez expressed strong support for Israel and criticized the movement to Boycott, Divest and Sanction Israel.