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acute very critical; crucial. [1/7 definitions]
annotate to provide (a written work) with explanatory notes or critical commentary. [2 definitions]
annotation an explanatory or critical note added to a text; commentary. [1/2 definitions]
badmouth (informal) to speak of in critical, unfair, or slanderous terms.
book review a critical review of a book. [1/2 definitions]
caustic bitingly critical. [1/3 definitions]
censorious highly critical or disapproving.
climacteric any critical period or stage. [1/3 definitions]
comment remarks or observations, often critical, made across a group of people. [2/8 definitions]
crisis the point or moment just prior to a decisive and critical change. [1/2 definitions]
critique a written critical review of or commentary on a work, esp. of art, literature, or the like. [2/3 definitions]
crucial of decisive importance; critical.
desperate almost hopeless; extremely serious; critical. [1/4 definitions]
diplomatic careful not to give offense or appear critical; tactful. [1/2 definitions]
exegesis a critical explanation or interpretive analysis, esp. of religious texts.
exigent requiring immediate attention; urgent or critical. [1/2 definitions]
faultfinding complaining or critical, in a petty manner. [1/2 definitions]
grave2 having great seriousness or importance; causing deep concern; critical. [1/4 definitions]
hypercritical excessively or exaggeratedly critical; overly inclined to find fault.
irreverent having or showing a humorously critical attitude toward institutions, beliefs, or people that others may revere. [1/2 definitions]
level to aim (a weapon, critical remark, or the like) at a target. [1/15 definitions]