uncritically

[ US /ənˈkɹɪtɪkəɫi, ənˈkɹɪtɪkɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an uncritical manner
    he accepted her decisions uncritically
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How To Use uncritically In A Sentence

  • Admittedly, some marketing people are uncritically gushing in their admiration of the Emperor's new Paco Rabanne coat.
  • Commonality replaced conflict, and the consensus historians uncritically celebrated American exceptionalism and social peace.
  • So were the great Victorian railway stations that we now profess to admire, almost uncritically.
  • She even adopts uncritically an apolitical, humanist version of psychological democracy.
  • I just copied the story uncritically from Wucker's account and from Dove's poem, and of course neither of them is trained in phonetic vocabulary or its application to speech.
  • This is probably true; but we can now see that we must not interpret this word magic too uncritically.
  • Only the debased American media could uncritically repeat such outrageous claims.
  • Chomsky uncritically defends the role of Spanish anarchism, whose leadership played a part in the suppression of the Spanish Revolution in the 1930s.
  • In any event, our difficult scriptural texts must be not passed on uncritically in sermons and religious education.
  • At times the style is evangelistic, and Starey seems to accept uncritically the political dogma that dominates current policy.
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