- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lambaste.
“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!””
“In a strange twist, Gordon Gekko lambastes the one percent in the film: The richest one percent of this country owns half our country's wealth...”
“But Campaign enters new territory in that campaign manager Steve Meyer (Travis Dixon) lambastes Malloy, despite her innate intelligence and his undeniable attraction to her.”
“Writing to her nephew, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, Katherine audaciously (but privately) lambastes the pope for his delay in pronouncing upon the issue that would define Henry's reign: his divorce of Katherine, an older wife who was almost certain never to bear him a son.”
“One of the most recent reports on the FCC website regarding minority owned media which carries a disclaimer is produced by Duke University in 2007 and lambastes the FCC for its stagnant approach and rudimentary processes in monitoring the media industry, as well as the agency's virtual refusal to produce accurate data and timely reports.”
“He lambastes "the Obama administration's failure to win the communication war" by allowing Republicans to argue that legislation such as the massive stimulus bill was a failure when it accounted for more than 22,500 jobs last month in Pennsylvania alone.”
“Seeking to avoid a confrontation with Merkel, Röttgen has now changed his tune and lambastes other EU countries, demanding that they "make a contribution that corresponds to the German contribution.”
“In sum, Morden lambastes the Christian publishing community for stifling creative writing, and Christian writers for putting up with it.”
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