critic in a sentence

A famous critic>/b> and internationally acclaimed award winning novelist .

He is a critic>/b> rather than a novelist.

He became more and more famous as a critic>/b>.

He is the book critic>/b> for the local newspaper.

He is a very irritating critic>/b> of others.

To put it frankly, he is a critic>/b> rather than a writer.

The critic>/b> considered every aspect of the defense program.

Everybody except him thanked the critic>/b> for her honest opinion.

He has been a prominent critic>/b> of the deal since it was first brought forward.

The trade of critic>/b>, in literature, music, and the drama, is the most degraded of all.

In the background, a vocal critic>/b> of a possible deal spoke out again.

291662 He was also a critic>/b> of Obama’s executive actions on immigration.

His YouTube channel, “Blind Film critic>/b>,” has nearly 25,000 subscribers.

Liberal defence critic>/b> Joyce Murray called it a recipe for mission creep.

He also is TV critic>/b> and guest host for NPR’s “Fresh Air” with Terry Gross.

Music critic>/b> Charles Shaar Murray accepted the prize on Morrissey’s behalf.

Wildrose Party finance critic>/b> Derek Fildebrandt is critical of the pay hike.

Masoud Ferasati, a famous Iranian film critic>/b>, has also criticized the film.

Galeano remained a sharp critic>/b> of capitalism and of U.S. policies to the end.

Liberal defence critic>/b> Joyce Murray tweeted, “Is he saying ‘boys will be boys’?

In response to a heckler, Bush stared out into the crowd to address his critic>/b>.

Hilton Als, The New Yorker’s theatre critic>/b>, has been a staff writer since 1994.

David Denby has been a staff writer and film critic>/b> at The New Yorker since 1998.

Jason Farago reviews art for Goings On and is the U.S. art critic>/b> for the Guardian.

David L. Ulin, a 2015 Guggenheim Fellow, is the book critic>/b> of the Los Angeles Times.

Jack Harris, the party’s outgoing defence critic>/b>, conceded defeat in St. John’s East.

“Grow up, terrorists don’t care about laws,” a Twitter critic>/b> lectured the other day.

But Grass’ works had even greater aesthetic weight, says literary critic>/b> Denis Scheck.

Mahmud was a critic>/b> of Pakistan’s army and its human rights violations in Balochistan.

So yes, we can add Futurist and Trenchant Media critic>/b> to Chandler’s list of accolades.

Netanyahu has been a chief critic>/b> of the negotiations and immediately rejected the deal.

Marjorie Perloff is widely considered the most influential critic>/b> of experimental poetry.

“Courageous journalism is under attack today,” media critic>/b> Howard Kurtz wrote at Fox News.

Kohler-Barnard, a member of parliament, is a vocal critic>/b> of South Africa’s police ministry.

Your reminder will be sent Anthony Lane has been a film critic>/b> for The New Yorker since 1993.

Camouflaged police forced their way into the home of the longtime Socialist government critic>/b>.

DW film critic>/b> Hans Christoph von Bock put on his best suit and dove into the celebrity chaos.

The reviews were also dismal, though one critic>/b> compared it to “Hudson Hawk” with some approval.

Sanders is unabashedly a critic>/b> of super PACs, large donations, and exorbitant campaign expenses.

Russia’s opposition supporters carry portraits of Kremlin critic>/b> Boris Nemtsov during a march in …

The NDP MPP for Nickel Belt and the parliamentary health critic>/b> said the numbers don’t surprise her.

From 8-10 p.m., Washington Post film critic>/b> Ann Hornaday moderates a panel on books made into movies.

Local filmmaker, critic>/b> and fringe/cult cinema scholar Jason Coffman is part of that devoted fan base.