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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Affirmative action in America under Kavanaugh Anthony Kennedy is hardly an uncritical supporter of affirmative action in public employment, education admissions, or other realms.
More than 214 million people in 195 cities and territories heard God's call in Graham's stentorian voice and witnessed him deliver the Gospel — pure and uncritical — in person or by satellite links.
Then there is Trump’s uncritical embrace of President Duterte of the Philippines, who openly threatens journalists with murder (and sends vigilantes to kill thousands of drug-dealer suspects).
Goslings and ducklings are baby birds, but a groundling is an uncritical or unrefined person (too poor to pay for a seat in Renaissance theaters) and a changeling is a child exchanged by fairies, or any kind of replacement of inferior value.
No 8-year-old Dakota child should have to listen to an uncritical reading of Little House on the Prairie.
Coming from a major news network's media correspondent, this type of uncritical distortion is disappointing.
No one today would endorse Julie's uncritical attitude toward marital love, but the production gives the women girding Julie throughout her life their due.
Develop your critical thinking: Robots are wired to be unthinking, uncaring, unemotional, uncritical, uninvolved, irresponsible clumps of hardware.
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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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