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Sentence count:69+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-10Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: blisteringscaldingvituperativeSimilar words: sheathingbreathingbathing suitunscathedliving thingthingnothinganythingMeaning: ['skeɪðɪŋ]  adj. marked by harshly abusive criticism. 
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1. He made a scathing attack on the statement.
2. He was very scathing about the report, saying it was inaccurate.
3. Her speech was a scathing indictment of the government's record on crime.
4. His article is, predictably, a scathing attack on capitalism.
5. He was scathing about the government's performance.
6. Her father gave her a scathing look.
7. He's always been so scathing about psychiatrists.
8. His report was scathing about Loyalist and Republican terror groups.
9. The report was scathing about the lack of safety precautions.
10. The committee yesterday launched a scathing attack on British business for failing to invest.
11. Aunt Edna was scathing about her cousin's religious mania.
11. Wish you can benefit from and make progress everyday!
12. The same old accusations, the same scathing comments.
13. His speech brought scathing opposition responses.
14. He was scathing in his criticism of colleagues whose work did not match these standards.
15. Caldaire managing director Mike Widmer launched a scathing attack on the local authorities.
16. Bloom paints a scathing portrait of Meinke in her memoirs.
17. Instead, she delivered what looked like a scathing remark and marched toward the door with Henry scrambling after her.
18. Her new book is a scathing attack on American imperialism in Central America.
19. And even if the agency avoids further scathing, it is likely to become a hot target in the presidential race.
20. This discursive attack is paralleled by a scathing social critique.
21. If you feel like writing a scathing letter and then ripping it into little pieces, do it!
22. Under yet another pen name, Leo starts writing scathing reviews of her own books for a newspaper literary supplement.
23. The scathing attack from consumer watchdogs comes only months after the introduction of a strict code of practice designed to improve services.
24. Their criticism was scathing.
25. His scathing attitude to most of his fellow pupils is only partly accounted for by a difference in age.
26. 'The New York Times' was particularly scathing about his performance.
27. Lord Haskins has made scathing remarks about the idea that farmers should be paid to preserve the countryside.
28. On this the farm worker is most scathing: fresh air does not pay his electricity bill.
29. And why had he been so angry and contemptuous, so scathing about her broken engagement?
30. His lengthy memos to elected officials and bureaucrats contain scathing denunciations of both past and present government practices.
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