(also lambast /-ˈbast/)
Definition of lambaste in English:
Criticize (someone or something) harshly: they lambasted the report as a gross distortion of the truth
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- She praises the grit of her adopted city, barely raising the ire of the critics who had once lambasted her as a carpetbagger, using New York as a stepping stone to her likely bid for higher office.
- Critics have lambasted him for going over the top on trivia and conversely for not putting in the boot hard enough.
- Is it really a coincidence that those critics who continue to lambaste traditional media organisations for their supposedly partisan bias and lack of objectivity are actually contributing to making the media more biased?
informal lay into, tear into, give someone a dressing-down, dress down, give someone what for, give someone a tongue-lashing, tell off, bawl out, chew out
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