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lambasted

n. drunk. He went out and got himself lambasted, and then he wrecked his car.
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Dobson says he will use his appearance on the June 9-11 Salt Lake City convention program to lambaste the Republican betrayal.
During the expected stormy NA session host of issues like flood situation, target killings and above all PML-N and other Opposition Parties will lambaste the statement of MQM Chief supporting the imposition of the Martial Law.
The resolution offers support to Southern Baptists who teach in the public schools but also blasts the institutions because they "continue to adopt and implement curricula and policies teaching that the homosexual lifestyle is acceptable." It also lambastes public schools for supposedly promoting "dogmatic Darwinism" and for their alleged "humanistic and secular orientation."
Ardent market skeptic Alex Molnar lambastes firms like Pizza Hut and Papa John's for providing rewards to students who meet their reading goals or earn passing grades.
The people and stories he lambastes in 'Liars' start with fiction that looks and sounds like fact.
"It's ironic--very ironic--because they've been in this position in the past themselves." Mayor Daley lambastes black aldermen at a press conference: "Everybody should be able to represent anyone and speak on their behalf.