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"It draws rebukes form critics."

Is the upper sentence right? I want to express it was criticized by critics.

Instead of draw , is there other words could be used in front of rebuke?

Thank you in advance
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attracts?

I find rebuke quite an odd verb to use here. You can only really rebuke a person (or animal I suppose) and it's not what critics do anyway. It's certainly not the same thing as criticism. Have another think. negative reviews? bad reviews?
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I think it's okay. You can use "It elicits rebukes," but that may be too high register to fit the context. Some critics favor strong language.
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Hi,
"It draws rebukes form critics." Say 'drew' if you are referring to the past.

Is the upper sentence right? I want to express it was criticized by critics.

Instead of draw , is there other words could be used in front of rebuke?
'Rebuke' is not a common word in this context.

You could say things like this.
It drew bad reviews.
It was panned by the critics.

Best wishes, Clive
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hellohello" It draws rebukes from critics."
I would say^
It is admonished/rebuked/reprimanded/reproofed/censured/reproached/blamed by critics.

It raises/gives raise to/provokes/calles forth rebukes from critics/faultfineders/cavillers.
Hi, Avangi. I'm a little bit slow. Again. Have a good day. Emotion: smile

And Clive and Nona, too.