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faultfinder

noun fault·find·er \ˈflt-ˌfīn-dər\

: a person who criticizes someone or something often in a way that is not fair or reasonable

Full Definition of FAULTFINDER

:  one given to faultfinding

Examples of FAULTFINDER

  1. Faultfinders were quick to point out inconsistencies in the study.
  2. <no sooner had we finished decorating the church than the parish faultfinder decided that she didn't like it>

First Known Use of FAULTFINDER

1558

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