excoriated

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past of excoriate
excoriate
To wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay
excoriate
To strongly denounce or censure

Mr. Green, a former city public advocate and candidate for mayor in 2001, ran ads excoriating Mr. Cuomo’s ethics.

excoriate
{v} to flay, strip off the skin, bark
excoriate
To strip or wear off the skin of; to abrade; to gall; to break and remove the cuticle of, in any manner, as by rubbing, beating, or by the action of acrid substances
excoriate
To excoriate a person or organization means to criticize them severely, usually in public. He proceeded to excoriate me in front of the nurses. = berate. to express a very bad opinion of a book, play etc (past participle of excoriare, from corium )
excoriate
tear or wear off the skin or make sore by abrading; "This leash chafes the dog's neck"
excoriate
express strong disapproval of; "We condemn the racism in South Africa"; "These ideas were reprobated"
excoriate
To strongly renounce or censure
excoriate
{f} harshly criticize, denounce; remove the skin from
excoriated

    Silbentrennung

    ex·co·ri·a·ted

    Türkische aussprache

    ekskôrieytîd

    Aussprache

    /eksˈkôrēˌātəd/ /ɛksˈkɔːriːˌeɪtɪd/

    Etymologie

    [ ek-'skOr-E-"At, -'skor- ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. Middle English, from Late Latin excoriatus, past participle of excoriare, from Latin ex- + corium skin, hide; more at CUIRASS.

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