[ US /bɪˈɹeɪtɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /bɪɹˈe‍ɪtɪŋ/ ]
  1. a severe rebuke
    he deserved the berating that the coach gave him
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How To Use berating In A Sentence

  • In Britain, the experience of the revolution had a liberating effect on people's minds.
  • A jury in the Supreme Court in Hobart reached its majority verdicts after deliberating for about three hours.
  • Much was made last season about Kobe's switch from berating to encouraging teammates, but he seems to be taken even the next step this year.
  • Eugenia too, soothed with the delusions of her romantic but innocent fancy, flattered herself she might now see continually the object she conceived formed for meriting her ever reverential regard; and Miss Margland was importantly occupied upon affairs best suited to her taste and ancient habits, in deliberating how first to bring forth her fair charge with the most brilliant effect. Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth
  • The longer they spend deliberating the cuts, the happier I am.
  • There was also light, an effulgence of light reverberating through every aspect of my being.
  • In the grand process of liberating herself, she only ends up aping the male.
  • He wanted to announce into the dial tone reverberating with a potpourri of foreign verbiage, ‘What are you doing?’
  • The seven female and five male jurors will continue deliberating verdicts today in the retrial at Hull Crown Court after being sent home last night.
  • Everyone who makes a successful move from employee to entrepreneur has those liberating moments they remember as transforming, energizing experiences.
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