hostile criticism

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His coming, however, had been a certain comfort to us, since it assured us that we should not have to dread hostile criticism as to any of our acts.
The women resented the discovery that Isabel was--personally speaking, at least--beyond the reach of hostile criticism. Her beauty was viewed as a downright offense; her refined and modest manners were set down as perfect acting; "really disgusting, my dear, in so young a girl." General Drumblade, a large and mouldy veteran, in a state of chronic astonishment (after his own matrimonial experience) at Hardyman's folly in marrying at all, diffused a wide circle of gloom, wherever he went and whatever he did.
At length she plunged into an energetic and hostile criticism of railways, and glared at the prince defiantly.
'Pierre; or, the Ambiguities' (1852) was published, and there ensued a long series of hostile criticisms, ending with a severe, though impartial, article by Fitz-James O'Brien in Putnam's Monthly.
At the time of the suspensions, Coun Stone was the cabinet's Lead Member for Children and Young People's Services, and was a target for hostile criticism from some parents after issuing statements about the suspensions.
I came across some hostile criticism stemming from people, politically loyal to parties opposed to PTI, but when seen in the overall context, this hostility was like a drop in the ocean.
Israel can't afford to be scared off from doing what is necessary for its citizens' security by hostile criticism, whether from foreign sources, domestic media or local politicians claiming to speak for the Israeli Arab community.
She understood that hostile criticism of No voters was getting the Yes movement nowhere.
Mr Corbyn - who won the leadership by a landslide but is attracting increasingly hostile criticism from Labour MPs - will make clear his determination to take more control of policy-making and will insist he can lead the party to power in 2020.
The author makes use of postmodernist theory, and shares some of feminist critical theory's core values (interest in Marxism, suspicion of maleness, focus on hostile criticism of others).
Instead of championing what had been achieved, and perhaps more crucially, how it had been done, there was fairly hostile criticism at the failure to see it out.
In the absence of such consensus, Turkey will be exposed to the kind of hostile criticism coming from Russia.