Examples of uncritical in a Sentence
The senator's uncritical support for the measure reflects his poor judgment.
had an uncritical trust in the nation's leaders
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Brown cast herself as a watchdog for retirees and Bilbrey as an uncritical board member; Bilbrey’s campaign drew attention to four settlements one of Brown’s previous employers paid to resolve workplace retaliation claims that initially named her.
But continued and uncritical donor funding means Niger’s government has little incentive to engage constructively with the opponents of the finance law — those at the forefront of the current protests.
The $159 price is higher than most people are happy to spend on earphones for uncritical daily listening.
The young who voted in numbers for Mr Moon have few of the uncritical hopes their parents held for the sunshine policy.
That’s a far cry from the uncritical reception that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange got for his appearance via remote video in 2014, a SXSW keynote that has not aged well.
That's a question that, in their eyes, can only be answered (usually with uncritical dismissal) by them.
The problem is that a homogeneity of viewpoints tends to produce uncritical consensus, leading groups of otherwise intelligent people to collectively overlook or downplay evidence that might counter their preconceptions.
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UNCRITICAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of uncritical for English Language Learners
: not expressing or willing to express appropriate criticism or disapproval : not critical
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