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lambasted

n. drunk. He went out and got himself lambasted, and then he wrecked his car.
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While declaring 2018 polls a decisive moment for Pakistan's future, Khan lambasted provincial governments of Sindh and Punjab for being being indulged in unabated corruption.
In a joint opposition protest rally to seek justice for the Model Town tragedy in Lahore on Jan 17, Imran Khan lambasted the parliament for allowing a 'criminal' to be elected as a party president.
17 ( ANI ): Pakistan's Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Imran Khan on Wednesday lambasted the "mafia" rule of the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz)-led central government saying that ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was creating scams every day and did not believe in democracy.
The next thing I knew I was being lambasted for getting the dog's type wrong and disparaged as a 'knownothing journalist'
Talking exclusively to reporter, he also lambasted the rulers and elite of Country for being mired in corruption of all kinds , due to which Islamic system was being side tracked in Country: "but would definitely see the light of day" , he resolved.
In similar remarks in December, Amoli Larijani lambasted the West's double-standard policies and stances on human rights issues, and said the hegemonic powers use human rights as an instrument to pressure independent states.
Summary: Following Wednesday's Budget, Ed Balls has lambasted the announcements, calling George Osborne "the road to nowhere Chancellor".
Concepcion's account was deluged with criticism, and Aquino was also lambasted for his presence at the party.
Summary: A gathering of Tripoli officials lambasted the central government Monday for grossly neglecting the city.
Israel is lambasted for checkposts, but the world wants to copy its airport security.
And while the former champion trainer's record in this is not as formidable as it once was, in the week he lambasted the diluted Easter programme he would surely love to bag the biggest prize on offer at a meeting he says used to be a "big deal".
Summary: Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi lambasted the International Criminal Court Sunday as representing a "new form of world terrorism" that wanted to recolonize developing countries.
LAST Friday Leeds chairman Ken Bates lambasted the local Yorkshire Evening Post over a piece which claimed the Monaco tax exile would make a rare trip to an away game to see United at MKDons.
IAEA director Mohamed ElBaradei lambasted Israel, saying his inspectors should have been able to verify beforehand whether undeclared nuclear activity had been going on.
On the day we hear Scotland's child welfare figures are so disturbing that they may be breaching the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, we are also lambasted with reports of a lack of foster care.