Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lambaste. (verb)
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Use "lambastes" in a sentence
"Florida lambastes both Democrats and Republicans for protecting incumbent industries (Hollywood in the case of the former, airlines and steel in the case of the latter)."
"Then Sarah turns around and lambastes a true satire that tells the truth about HER."
"The above is almost too good to be true, as is the review of Casablanca wherein the critic lambastes Ingrid Bergman as being “no Maryland Monroe” and the Citizen Kane reviewer who asserts that “Tom Hanks is ten times the actor Orson “Fatty McFat” Welles ever was!”"