Definition of uncritical
1 : not critical : lacking in discrimination
2 : showing lack or improper use of critical standards or procedures
uncriticallyplay \ˌən-ˈkri-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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
Recent Examples of uncritical from the Web
Though far from uncritical, biographers of Jefferson in the postwar years up to, roughly, the early 1970s—scholars like Dumas Malone and Merrill Peterson—treated him with sympathy and celebrated his Enlightenment ideals.
That’s not to say that Roy is an uncritical observer of the Indian left.
That uncritical approach doesn’t make her film any less watchable.
Orwell’s admiration of Churchill, while not uncritical, is clear enough.
Honestly, my 2016 take on Drake amounted to uncritical wonderment.
At the least, Alex Tizon aided and abetted slaveowners, and The Atlantic links to an uncritical memorial to him before telling the story of the slave.
That uncritical approach doesn't make her film any less watchable.
First-time filmmaker Ellen Goldfarb shares the sentimental view of her subjects here, offering an uncritical but fun portrait of this station that will be enjoyed by viewers who remember the dawn of the MTV Age.
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First Known Use of uncritical
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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