In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I read in one of your answers how it only makes things worse to be hypercritical.
- Moore's brief doesn't understand this, and so it ends up making silly, hypercritical arguments.
- But Johnson thinks citizens are being hypercritical of the police to deflect attention from themselves.
- How can they be so hypercritical regarding democratic rights?
- You can be bored, scared, hypercritical, injured by a mascara wand or half-asleep, and nobody will be any the wiser.
- ‘It's all hypercritical when you think about,’ he adds.
- Some are hypercritical, dwelling only on their mistakes.
- And here I was, hypercritical as ever, wondering if I really wanted him to go after Amy again.
- However, I don't want be hypercritical and only point out the problem.
- Their pride, anger, and hypercritical attitude made them far more unclean than the disciples.
- Why should anyone care if Hollywood occasionally forgets to be hypercritical about American history?
- A perfect game of golf has never been played, but he was hypercritical.
- Arthur, even with the sometimes hypercritical nature of Ray's lyrics, is simply an album of wondrous moments.
- Brooks’ coaching style was hypercritical and merciless, overworking his players to the point that they vomited blood.
- A Gemini Moon also tends to make these natives hypercritical.
- When not hypercritical, women often deny that there's any truth to female intra-gender cruelties.
- He arrived with unbelievable natural talent and athleticism, yet he was still hypercritical of himself.
- As we grow increasingly self-righteous and hypercritical, we stumble into the ‘martyr trap.’
- I suppose it was hypercritical of me to say, after everything I had done, everything we had been through over the past months.
- I was really hypercritical and baffled about not knowing that to do with the I way I sounded.
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