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  1. someone who is critical of the motives of others
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How To Use faultfinder In A Sentence

  • The noon whistles blew before Sam's task was finished, but by the time he departed for lunch there was made a bed of such quality that Whitey must needs have been born faultfinder if he complained of it. Short Stories of Various Types
  • He was never a mere faultfinder, but he was endowed with the gifts of imagination and sympathy, leading him to feel himself a part of every situation he was placed in, and with the irrepressible impulse to action driving him to take upon himself the burden of it. Luther Examined and Reexamined A Review of Catholic Criticism and a Plea for Revaluation
  • If I were a critical faultfinder, keeping an account of everything she did wrong, then our relationship would suffer. Become a Better You
  • The internal critic is your automatic faultfinder. Great Sex for Moms
  • When Job complains, God says, Will the faultfinder contend with the Almighty? Valerie Tarico: God's Emotions: Does God Get Angry?
  • On the whole, however, the critic is far less of a professional faultfinder than is sometimes imagined. The Art of Letters
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