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Definition of "berated" []

  • To scold harshly (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of berate. (verb)

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Use "berated" in a sentence
  • "At one point, Mr. Mozilo "berated" a senior Countrywide official who questioned his actions on the VIP loans, the agency alleges in its recent filing."
  • "Meanwhile, Ben Smith reports that his German-speaking readers have found reports in the German press saying that an American official "berated" a German official about the speech idea."
  • "Actually Dr William Lane Craig if this is to whom you refer has "berated" apologists for using the fallacious Liar, Lunatic, Lord argument."