Definition of "berating" [berating]

  • To scold harshly (verb)
  • Present participle of berate. (verb)

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  • A scolding. (noun)

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Use "berating" in a sentence
  • "I was driving to work this morning and on our local "Obama Bashing" AM radio (yes, the same station that broadcasts 3 hours of Rush and 3 hours of Hannity, followed by 3 hours of the screaming-nut, Mark Levin) a woman called in berating the President's talk to the school kids today."
  • "If he runs, I hope his opponent exposes the voters to an continuous loop of Baldwin berating his poor daughter, so that they can truly see what a mean egotistical creep Alec Baldwin really is."
  • "Not long after the rage-tastic clip was posted online, a shady character by the name of "RevoLucian" posted "Bale Out — RevoLucian's Christian Bale Remix" on YouTube, a techno-ripping, demonic dance party in which Bale's berating is repeated ad nauseam under pictures of the actor and random f-bomb interjections from Barbra Streisand."