Advertisement

Advertisement

lambast

/ læmˈbeɪst; læmˈbæst /

verb

  1. to beat or whip severely
  2. to reprimand or scold


Discover More

Word History and Origins

Origin of lambast1

C17: perhaps from lam 1+ baste ³
Discover More

Example Sentences

Pirming lat-an si Markus sa piryudiku, The newspapers always lambast Marcos.

I only gave him his riding-orders to—to lambast you on general principles for not producing work that will last.

He got him down and started to lambast the Judas out of him.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement


Lambarénélambaste