When his Twilight movies got lambasted, “that was more expected,” he says.
The GOP lambasted the president for being too aloof and casual about leaks that endanger national security.
Critics have lambasted the chain for “poorly groomed sales clerk[s]” and poor “customer service.”
On one occasion, he commended a woman for being “truthful and honest and straightforward” after she lambasted him in court.
She was lambasted in Italy for comments she made at the conference.
You just laid for that one, and lambasted it out where the buttercups and daisies grow.
Accordingly we encouraged and urged, tugged and lambasted, with a right good will, but all to no effect.
I took 'em on one at a time as they happened along, and lambasted 'em all over the place.
I have added to my unpopularity by the manner in which I lambasted the repressionist element in the campaign just closed.
To be lambasted with a dried codfish was such an unheard-of thing that Rilla could not face it.
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