One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
With a lack of criticism or consideration of whether something is right or wrong.‘he uncritically accepts lunatic ideas and believes almost anything’
- ‘The film posits that uncritically trusting in any system whatsoever inevitably leads to disastrous consequences.’
- ‘This is a superficial memorialisation which an analytical history ought not uncritically reproduce.’
- ‘I would argue that this combination of stunningly bold conceptual break-throughs on matters of history, class and progress, with uncritically trite and commonplace approaches to gender, explains a great deal about what is best and worst in their work.’
- ‘The reporter should not be touting uncritically the myths of the defectors.’
- ‘Admittedly, some marketing people are uncritically gushing in their admiration of the Emperor's new Paco Rabanne coat.’
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