The example of Hitler provided a dark parable of the dangers of uncritical worship of genius.
Yet an uncritical attitude toward the leading climate-change activists may be even more perilous.
For all its passion and gore, this book is not uncritical of the uprising itself.
For too long, Israeli leaders had it easy: unsympathetic enemies in the Middle East and uncritical friends in the United States.
In Washington, Israel had an unwavering and uncritical ally in the form of George W. Bush.
The guns and caissons at the first uncritical glance looked like junk, but a second look revealed the error.
She was surprised to see him so unstudied, so uncritical, so humorously anecdotal.
Fraud and deception were evidently practised on the uncritical readers.
They may have been mistaken: Roosevelt may be uncritical in his judgments.
They move together with the common, irresistible, uncritical urge of migratory animals.