unfavorable judgment


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n unfavorable judgment disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings "the senator received severe criticism from his opponent"
    • ***


In literature:

And the unfavorable judgments of the remainder were delivered after the Covenant was signed.
"The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference" by Emile Joseph Dillon
You are right, Fausta, in your unfavorable judgment of the Roman populace.
"Aurelian" by William Ware
Exception is taken to some unfavorable judgments, cursorily expressed.
"Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather" by Charles W. Upham
But he greatly modified this unfavorable judgment by several extenuating considerations.
"The Philosophic Grammar of American Languages, as Set Forth by Wilhelm von Humboldt" by Daniel G. Brinton
The unfavorable first judgment gave way to appreciation.
"The Life of John Marshall (Volume 1 of 4)" by Albert J. Beveridge
The reference in blame and every unfavorable judgment is prospective, not retrospective.
"Human Nature and Conduct" by John Dewey