Entry from British & World English dictionary
Extremely critical or judgemental: a steely, ultracritical perfectionist
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- Success is all that concerns the ultra-critical Indian press and public.
- His exposure to that high maintenance, extremely knowledgeable and ultra-critical European couture clientele has served to temper his design philosophy in a very positive manner.
- The food was perfectly acceptable and sensibly priced, but being ultra-critical I couldn't help wondering why you'd come here when there are so many other top-quality options within a couple of hundred yards.
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