uncomplimentary remark

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They made uncomplimentary remarks about him, for each of them had felt the weight of Taug's mighty hands and the strength of his great jaws.
The official based his uncomplimentary remark on Benjamin Netanyahu's disinclination to bomb Iran, as threatened repeatedly, as well as on Netanyahu's unwillingness to make peace with the Palestinians.
Bert said: "I was about to make some uncomplimentary remark to the chap who made my pencil jump when I heard someone say 'sorry'.
Achuthanandan, in the midst of national controversy for his uncomplimentary remark about the family of a Keralite commando officer, who was killed during the operation against the Mumbai terrorists, has got himself entangled in another thorny topic.
Bert said, 'I was about to make some uncomplimentary remark to the chap who made my pencil jump when I heard someone say, 'Sorry'.
The depth of Farland's political understanding can be deduced from his rejoinder to an uncomplimentary remark I once made about the late dictator of the Dominican Republic, Rafael Trujillo, one of Latin America's more notorious thugs, in whose capital Farland had once served as American ambassador.
Rupert Murdoch delivers some uncomplimentary remarks about broadcaster and former Fleet Street editor Piers Morgan.
Once talented, now safe to ignore"- Rupert Murdoch delivers some uncomplimentary remarks about broadcaster and former Fleet Street editor Piers Morgan.
But he made some, now famous, uncomplimentary remarks regarding product quality.
However, in 1991, he made some now famous uncomplimentary remarks at a national IoD conference in London regarding product quality.
But O'Neill was annoyed to learn of Mowbray's uncomplimentary remarks that the hosts' relied on counter-attacking too much.