Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lacerate.(verb)
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Use "lacerates" in a sentence
"Mr. Bush "lacerates" his critics, despite the fact that they have been proven more correct than he: Even now, when a majority of Americans agree with the millions of citizens who demonstrated against the invasion of Iraq before the war, Mr. Bush refuses to communicate with, listen to, or learn from his critics."
"She lacerates Obama, his administration and his family for failures in government spending, foreign policy, business, education, immigration, morality and faith."
"Walters lacerates herself for three failed marriages and a wayward adopted daughter."