[ UK /ʌnkɹˈɪtɪkə‍l/ ]
[ US /ənˈkɹɪtɪkəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not critical; not tending to find or call attention to errors
    a devoted and almost uncritical admirer
  2. marked by disregard for critical standards or procedures
    news sources reflected uncritical estimates of the number of juvenile addicts
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How To Use uncritical In A Sentence

  • For an uncritical mentalist, no such indeterminacy threatens.
  • But in furnishing its imaginary, cultural platform for the revival of liberal politics in America, The West Wing has also slipped into an uncritical cult of personality — much as the adoration of Bill Clinton has in the real-life house of liberalism. The Feel Good Presidency
  • It is constant and ceaseless in the vast majority of us, as uncritical self-observation will soon reveal.
  • First, Aristotle and his followers practise a haphazard, uncritical collection of data.
  • he accepted her decisions uncritically
  • When later poets in an uncritical age take up and rehandle the poetic themes of their predecessors, they always give to the stories "a new costume," as M. Gaston Paris remarks in reference to thirteenth century dealings with French epics of the eleventh century. Homer and His Age
  • The final sorry part of this sordid tale is the way in which the media and their expert pundits were so uncritical in analysing the information.
  • Nevertheless, uncritical acceptance of the results of classical twin studies may have misled a generation of researchers.
  • These reviews are increasingly characterized by their blandly uncritical quality.
  • Contemporary Christian music may be lame and uninspiring, but the answer is not to be found in longing, naively and uncritically, for mainstream success.
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