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constructive criticism


criticism or advice that is useful and intended to help or improve something, often with an offer of possible solutions's 21st Century Lexicon
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  • Offers a larger reservation of Monroe Doctrine as third constructive criticism.

    Public Speaking Clarence Stratton
  • As a means of constructive criticism the report system might be useful in Parliament.

  • Mr. Ruskin was writing for a generation not yet penetrated by the constructive criticism of recent investigation.

    Religion and Art in Ancient Greece Ernest Arthur Gardner
  • Civilization, indeed, may be defined as a constructive criticism of nature, and Huxley even called it a conspiracy against nature.

    Damn! Henry Louis Mencken
  • He was rehearsing this highly temperamental lady, and made a constructive criticism which nettled her very much.

    Charles Frohman: Manager and Man Isaac Frederick Marcosson and Daniel Frohman
  • One of the best assets in any seat of learning is the constructive criticism of the alumni.

    Football Days William H. Edwards
  • By constructive criticism and explanation he encourages the man so that he wants to do it better next time.

    Manpower Lincoln Clarke Andrews
  • It is a fact enormously significant; it reveals to us the naked man; it furnishes a basis for all constructive criticism.

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