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Definition of "lambasting" []

  • Present participle of lambaste. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "lambasting" in a sentence
  • "I dearly wish the Dems would begin lambasting Republican obstructionism, and when they have a moment where they're tired of saying that, they'd use that moment to lambaste the media for having a conservative bias."
  • "All he'd have to do is play that tape of Baldwin lambasting his daughter, and it would be over."
  • "In addition to revealing a breathtaking dishonesty in lambasting a legislator for failing to join an effort which she, in point of fact, led, this ad brazenly threatens the bipartisan consensus on Israel by signaling to Democrats that the right wing may attack them as insufficiently supportive of Israel no matter what letters they sign or votes they take."