Words and phrases that have a meaning related to critical:   (242 results)

noncritical, noncrucial, uncritical

Often used in the same context:
crucial, vital, important, key, essential, pivotal, paramount, integral, valuable, imperative, indispensable, significant, necessary, invaluable, problematic, foundational, fundamental, serious, difficult, pertinent, decisive, sensitive, urgent, major, timely, strategic, noncritical, sine qua non, troubling, sustaining, salient, irreplaceable, noteworthy, dependent, problematical, relevant, worrisome, useful, primary, optimal, actionable, germane, acute, challenging, helpful, preterm infant, contentious, precious, meaningful, rare, priceless, troublesome, succession planning, trickiest, dicey, vexing, vulnerable, dangerous, reliable, perilous, seminal, instrumental, influential, disruptive, insufficient, precarious, touchy, prominent, operational, overriding, questionable, specific, controversial, gratifying, perishable, consistent, dire, central, thorniest, cognizant, advantageous, fragile, survivable, proactive, delicate, instantaneous, overarching, debatable, uncertain, viable, conscious, adequate, transformational, threatening, interdependent, intuitional, doubtful, optimum, satisfactory, fatal, reliant, multidimensional, historical, scientific, social, technical, literary, political, analytical, bibliography, citations, compilations, cultural, early, editing, great, industrial, legal, marx, medical, notes, notices, ctitical, initial, insightful, philosophical, epidemiologic, interpretative, bioethical, considered, cursory, evaluative, ical, jurisprudential, dispassionate

Appears in the definition of:
., acute, administer, animadvert, annotate, appreciative, barthold george niebuhr, book review, censorious, classical music, clutch, comeback, conjuncture, counter, crisis intervention, criticality, critically, criticalness, critical mass, critical point, critical review, critique, crossroads, cruciality, crunch, cynic, deficiency, dissection, double-blind experiment, double-blind procedure, double-blind study, edited, emendation, emended, emergent evolution, etiolation, examen, exegesis, faultfinder, footnote, give the eye, give the once over, grouch, grumble, history, incisively, juncture, niebuhr, nitpick, noncritical, notice, occasion, opening, outspokenly, preface, premier, premiere, rejoinder, replication, retort, return, review, review article, riposte, scold, serious music, sharp tongue, situation, slating, study, survey, take kindly to, uncritical, ungenerous

acute, appraising, captious, carping, caviling, censorious, crucial, dangerous, decisive, desperate, dire, discriminative, evaluative, faultfinding, grave, grievous, hypercritical, important, indispensable, judicial, nitpicking, overcritical, pettifogging, quibbling, scathing, serious, severe, supercritical, vital, vituperative

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— Nouns for critical: point, thinking, analysis, moment, period, theory, role, value, review, factor, issues, more...

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