tongue-lashing

[ tuhng-lash ]SEE DEFINITION OF tongue-lashing

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He departed, driving his new victim before him and tongue-lashing him all the way.

He started to give him the tongue-lashing of his life, before having him arrested.

"Yes," I answered, and what a tongue-lashing those two fellows got!

The tongue-lashing had been just what they needed, as Betty very well knew.

It was a tongue-lashing, indeed, and one that left the conductor no chance to reply.

Edd gave them a tongue-lashing and thrashing at one and the same time.

"Oh, there's going to be a tongue-lashing," cried Gwendolyn, frightened.

Mike, feeling sheepish and knowing he was guilty, had accepted the tongue-lashing and tendered an apology.

A regular tirade followed, and John realized that he must do his work well to escape a tongue-lashing.

Donald stood inwardly furious at the manner in which this dead-souled man was tongue-lashing his mother.

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