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lash out

verb as in snap

verb as in swipe

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And activists have used the semi-anonymity of social media to lash out against the government.

But all of them add up to a coiled-up rage, ready to lash out at the nearest target.

Hammami followed his video by taking to Twitter to lash out at Shabaab and its emir.

The unending negotiations have given Israel the domestic stability to lash out in the region, using its American made weapons.

If the U.S./NATO forces respond with military action against Syria, would Assad lash out by unleashing chemical weapons on Israel?

The big whistle boomed again, dead ahead, and so much nearer that it provoked the skipper to lash out a round oath.

Taylor watched, expecting to see a bolt of heat lash out toward the spy.

Just at that moment, he would have given a million dollars for the skill to lash out a long hit.

There is no need, however, for criticism to lash out indiscriminately at all hurried writing.

Although the horse continued to lash out with his heels he struck nothing, and always his enemy was at his side or in front.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lash out, such as: flash, roar, yell, bark, flare, and growl.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.