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(verb) to wear off the skin of; abrade / (verb) to censure scathingly

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excoriating
excoriated



the novelist's radical, "excoriating purpose"

—p.7 Introduction by Robert Boyers (1) by Robert Boyers
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an instrument wholly fitted to its excoriating purpose

—p.124 Black Danube (117) by George Steiner
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we still live in a world like the one Frankfurt School excoriated

—p.10 Introduction: Against the Current (1) by Stuart Jeffries
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Yet, if it excoriated the bland assumptions of a Sir Walter Raleigh on one level, it was also in complicity with them on another

—p.37 The Rise of English (17) by Terry Eagleton
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It is certainly not sufficient grounds to turn the knife on ourselves and excoriate the South Asian American community writ large for collaboration with the oppressor’s portrayals

—p.209 Letters (203) missing author
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The Times, in turn, chose this print headline to sum up Trump’s address after the Dayton and El Paso shootings: “Trump Urges Unity vs. Racism.” It was properly excoriated

—p.9 The Gray Zone Lady (6) by Ross Barkan
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Conservative readers excoriated what the radicals most liked

—p.237 'Unfathomable!' (Mikhail Lermontov) (227) by James Wood
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unlike the poorer stories, which are lovingly excoriated

—p.83 Edmund Wilson (64) by James Wood
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