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

Highlighted phrases


the novelist's radical, "excoriating purpose"

—p.7 Introduction by Robert Boyers (1) by Robert Boyers
5 years ago

an instrument wholly fitted to its excoriating purpose

—p.124 Black Danube (117) by George Steiner
5 years ago

we still live in a world like the one Frankfurt School excoriated

—p.10 Introduction: Against the Current (1) by Stuart Jeffries
4 years, 8 months ago

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
4 years, 7 months ago

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
2 years, 2 months ago

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
2 years ago

Conservative readers excoriated what the radicals most liked

—p.237 'Unfathomable!' (Mikhail Lermontov) (227) by James Wood
4 years, 9 months ago

unlike the poorer stories, which are lovingly excoriated

—p.83 Edmund Wilson (64) by James Wood
4 years, 9 months ago