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Sentence examples for excoriate from high-quality English sources.

  • Trump himself could design the exhibits to excoriate his enemies.

  • The Fake News Media is crazed because they wanted me to excoriate him.

  • The apostate’s blogposts used to excoriate Miscavige but now they assail the church’s foes.

  • If that is a factor, managers who excoriate referees ought to consider their own failings, too

  • And as much as he likes to excoriate the “fake news,” he is drawn irresistibly to the spotlight.

  • Over the weekend, Obama appeared to excoriate Trump's response to the coronavirus pandemic but did not explicitly mention him.

  • Falz, a lawyer turned rapper from Lagos, has been compared with Kuti after releasing songs that excoriate his country’s political class.

  • The adulation heaped on the deal by those who usually excoriate him reportedly thrilled the president, a teetotal non-smoker whose chief addiction is praise.

Use excoriate in a sentence.

  • Biden and his son, Hunter, accusing them of corruption, and then veering into familiar territory to excoriate his 2016 rival, Hillary Clinton, for deleting emails.

  • Pirro — who had interviewed to be the deputy attorney general, according to three transition officials — recently met with the president to excoriate the attorney general.

  • On the other hand, it is permissible to excoriate Myanmar or Cambodia on humanitarian grounds, since neither country poses the kind of threat to the international system that realists care about.

  • If you were Vladimir Putin, you could be forgiven for feeling a little paranoid right now, as the Western world takes turns to blame, excoriate, vilify and condemn you over the Malaysian airline disaster.

  • While Biden will likely condemn Alexei Navalny's persecution and excoriate Putin for cracking down on Russian opposition movements, the Russian government is highly unlikely to change its behavior based on US urgings.

  • On Breitbart - the anti-establishment, conservative news site that has been a platform for Trumpism and was once run by Bannon - article after article has railed against a bill its headline writers excoriate as “RyanCare.”

  • “Bob Dole once said that Ted Kennedy was the only guy he ever knew in the Senate that would go to the floor of the Senate and excoriate you, and then come in the cloakroom and convince you that he wasn’t talking about you,” McCain said.

  • Trump went on to excoriate the Democratic party and argue that the choice for voters is between a “law and order” president who has a record of unmatched accomplishments, and a “socialist” opposition party and “radical” candidate eager to bring anarchy to the streets.

excoriate sentence examples

  • The climate meeting had been expected to draw delegations from around the world, as well as the teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg, who last month used the platform of the United Nations to excoriate world leaders for taking insufficient action to curb climate change.

  • The riots resulted in four deaths and prompted congressional Democrats and even some Republican lawmakers to excoriate Trump for ginning up nonsense conspiracy theories, whipping his supporters into a frenzy, and refusing to forcefully condemn the violence they perpetrated in his name.

  • Johnson – and her Latinx sidekick Sylvia Rivera, who crashed the 1973 New York gay pride parade to excoriate its middle-class whiteness and desire to marginalise trans people – loudly expressed the belief that liberation would only be possible when all LGBT people around the world were free.

  • Moreover, Republicans who excoriate those who accept money from unsavory characters, he writes, means that “that they are so trapped inside the conservative closed information loop themselves that they don’t even realize that the accusations they are making against Democrats fit their own situations far better.”


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On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for excoriate. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.

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  • 4 sentence examples for excoriate from Business Insider
  • 1 sentence examples for excoriate from BBC
  • 4 sentence examples for excoriate from The Guardian
  • 3 sentence examples for excoriate from The Economist
  • 5 sentence examples for excoriate from New York Times
  • 2 sentence examples for excoriate from Independent
  • 1 sentence examples for excoriate from The New Yorker
    There are 5 relevant lexical connections:
  • • Relevant word or phrase for excoriate is reprobate
  • • Relevant word or phrase for excoriate is condemn
  • • Relevant word or phrase for excoriate is objurgate
  • • Relevant word or phrase for excoriate is decry
  • • Relevant word or phrase for excoriate is chafe

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