Meaning of criticizable in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkrɪtɪsʌɪzəb(ə)l/

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(also British criticisable)

See criticize

‘Thus, among many other consequences, theories should aim at being very clear and criticisable so that they can, if need be, be proven wrong.’
  • ‘This surely happens, and is morally criticizable.’
  • ‘In this case a criticizable attitude is indicated by your act.’
  • ‘I am not persuaded that, although it could have been made quicker, the period of time was in fact so long as to constitute criticisable delay.’
  • ‘He was arguably coloured by notions of lack of consensus between the parties and is criticisable today.’