criticproof

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

critic +‎ -proof

Adjective[edit]

criticproof (comparative more criticproof, superlative most criticproof)

  1. Resistant to negative responses from critics.
    • 1988, U.S. news & world report: Volume 104, Issues 1-8
      No one disputes Lloyd Webber's talent for promotion. He always opens in London and wins over British audiences before heading to the vastly more expensive Broadway stage. The result is a criticproof show.
    • 2008 June 6, Susan Stewart, “One Bus, Many Plot Twists”, New York Times:
      The fourth Naked Brothers movie, which will be shown on Nickelodeon Friday night, is clumsy but criticproof.