uncritically


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un·crit·i·cal

 (ŭn-krĭt′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Not critical; undiscriminating or indulgent.
2. Not using critical standards or methods, as in evaluation.

un·crit′i·cal·ly adv.

uncritically

(ʌnˈkrɪtɪkəlɪ)
adv
in an uncritical or not severely judgmental manner
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.uncritically - in an uncritical manneruncritically - in an uncritical manner; "he accepted her decisions uncritically"
critically - in a critical manner; "this must be examined critically"
Translations

uncritically

[ˈʌnˈkrɪtɪkəlɪ] ADVsin sentido crítico

uncritically

advunkritisch
References in classic literature ?
Jukes was uncritically glad to have his captain at hand.
I thought that you were too uncritically devoted to him," observed Avdotya Romanovna with a smile.
But she hit back last night: "By choosing to ignore steps taken by this party, and commenting so uncritically about the programme, you are complicit in creating a perception that anti-Semitism is more prevalent in Labour than wider society."
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At the same time, ND has also acted uncritically in selective plagiarism by announcing measures already in place to appropriate part of the social acceptance they already have.
I am proud to be British but not uncritically. I am proud of the NHS, universal education, our democracy and the broad tolerance that British people display to others.
In an interview, the Bishop said some evangelical leaders were "uncritically accepting" of things Mr Trump and those around him have said.
He characterizes the Gospels as a form of human utterance called testimony, which asks to be trusted--not uncritically, but more than can be independently verified.
It disturbed me to see your newspaper uncritically using the term 'FetE[micro]' -- standing for the so-called 'Fethullah GE-len Terrorist Organisation', which is a rather bizarre creation of the paranoid Erdoy-an propaganda machine.
THE idea that everything is fine now that a few of our politicians have published their tax returns appears to have been uncritically accepted by our commentariat.
YOUR correspondent John W Gray seems to have missed the mainstream press admitting they had uncritically accepted government stories about Iraq and were complicit in misinforming the public.
At eighty, aged out of the thirty-under-thirty and forty-under-forty lists and writing from Silicon Valley--and where else is youth so brutally and uncritically worshipped?