- v. present participle of excoriate.
“Many radical liberals were just as bad in excoriating Bush for things he didn't deserve (though he deserved quite a bit, IMO).”
“Very nice screed, although I only got about 1/2 way before m.e.g.o. But I think you went the wrong direction in excoriating the anonymous poster.”
“More fundamentally, the Court is already politicized: an article recently published in Britain lambasted the Supreme Court for "providing immunity to ... corporate law breakers," excoriating "the zealots ... led principally by Justice Scalia.”
“But I consider him one of the best rural strategists in our party -- we can probably learn a lot from each other's strengths and weaknesses. you call that "excoriating"?”
“Conservative media falsely accuse Obama of "excoriating" Petraeus”
“Challenging the Court is hardly daring in comparison. the Court is already politicized: an article recently published in Britain lambasted the Supreme Court for "providing immunity to ... corporate law breakers," excoriating "the zealots ... led principally by Justice Scalia.”
“He was excoriating it, and everyone who ever took it literal in the entire long history of the world.”
“The clock on the wall ticked the seconds and minutes away with excoriating awareness.”
“You need that money because the public unions will start running television ads berating and excoriating--they did it to Gov.”
“Jason Kenney's Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration enforced a deportation order, quite possibly in a frenzy to prove to critics excoriating Harper's government for a number of incidents where brown-skinned citizens were stranded outside Canada that Conservative ministers are NOT acting on the basis of systemic and implicit racist policies and/or incompetence.”
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Words from the lexicon of Christopher Hitchens
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