scathingly

[ UK /skˈe‍ɪðɪŋli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a scathing and unsparing manner
    she criticized him scathingly
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How To Use scathingly In A Sentence

  • she criticized him scathingly
  • The novel satirizes the American South before the Civil War, and scathingly examines the South's embrace of slavery, racism, and lynchings.
  • There have been too many times when I've been relieved to finally be able to post a halfway-positive review after a string of scathingly negative ones, because I was starting to worry I was coming off as some kind of buzzkill curmudgeon. Archive 2009-03-08
  • Jason snorted in derision and crossed his arms over his chest, looking at her scathingly.
  • Raven was about to respond scathingly but her wrist give an extra painful throb.
  • Dispatches from early this year, for instance, quote the aging monarch of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah, as speaking scathingly about the leaders of Iraq and Pakistan.
  • In London between the World Wars, the pleasure-loving young aristocrats whom the press has scathingly dubbed "bright young things" are living it up.
  • So, in the spirit of giving till it hurts, let me offer up to the least deserving of us my annual scathingly incisive yet perennially trenchant.
  • Instead, he cursed, caroused and shocked moviegoers as the hard-drinking reprobate coach and player for a ragtag hockey team in 1977's Slap Shot, one of the rowdiest, crudest, funniest and most scathingly honest sports comedies ever. Paul Newman: A rare breed
  • It's hilariously funny and scathingly insightful.
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