scathingly


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scath·ing

 (skā′thĭng)
adj.
1. Bitterly denunciatory; harshly critical: "a scathing tract on the uselessness of war" (Pierre Brodin).
2. Harmful or painful; injurious.

scath′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.scathingly - in a scathing and unsparing mannerscathingly - in a scathing and unsparing manner; "she criticized him scathingly"
Translations
بِقَسْوَه، بِمَرارَه
sžíravě
hudflettende
harkalega
incitici bir şekilde

scathingly

[ˈskeɪðɪŋlɪ] ADVmordazmente
he spoke scathingly ofhabló mordazmente or con mordacidad de ...

scathingly

adv answermit schneidendem Hohn; lookvernichtend; criticize, attackscharf, schonungslos

scathingly

[ˈskeɪðɪŋlɪ] advsprezzantemente, in modo sprezzante

scathing

(ˈskeiðiŋ) adjective
cruel, bitter, or hurtful. scathing comments; He was very scathing about her book.
ˈscathingly adverb
References in classic literature ?
She sent her whale-boat down the coast twenty miles for limes and oranges, and wanted to know scathingly why said fruits had not long since been planted at Berande, while he was beneath contempt because there was no kitchen garden.
And you thought you could keep me out of it," I said scathingly.
He said how the PPP could stand by the ruling party when its leaders were scathingly criticising the institutions.
Dunthorne is scathingly astute when tackling Ray's 'millennial' trappings but it's hard to devote any real time to Ray.
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During the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, Afghanistan scathingly attacked Pakistan by listing a record number of instances of terrorists being given shelter in Pakistan.
from the House of Representatives in 1960 for delivering a privilege speech scathingly attacking then President Carlos Garcia.
Cartoonists attacked Jews more scathingly and with more hostility than other groups not only by harping on a few Jewish bodily stereotypes such as having huge noses, pot bellies, and bowed legs but by showing Jews to be criminals, corrupt businessmen who set fires to collect insurance, who gloated over good business deals, and took advantage of bewildered customers.
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Crutchfield states in his introduction that it is not his intent to be scathingly critical of America for the duplicity of its politicians and the alcohol-sodden behavior of the army.
Netanyahu has spoken scathingly about a possible deal.