Learning English

Word: Lambaste

Lambaste [Verb]

Sentence: Jennifer Weiner, a strident critic of The New York Times Book Review for its alleged sexism and elitism, has taken to Twitter to lambaste the new feature Bookends. (Source: www.theatlantic.com)

Meaning: Criticize (someone or something) very harshly

How To Remember?

Lambaste” should remind you of “Blast the Lamb” by criticizing it harshly, continuously!


Castigate; Chastise; Censure; Condemn; Lacerate; Revile; Harangue.


Berate; Endorse; Indorse; Extol; Laud; Praise.

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[Lets just lambaste them!]

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