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Jun 17, 2024

[Answer] 2. Thank your lucky stars that a disgruntled sheep hasn't lambasted you yet. What is the definition of the word "lambast" (or "lambaste", if you prefer)?

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...1. To cook on a low heat 2. To request money 3. To beat or flog 4. To send letters The word lambaste (UK variation lambast) is made up of two words, lam and baste, both of which mean to beat. It can be said, therefore, that to lambast is to beat severely. It can also mean to scold or chastise.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "2. Thank your lucky stars that a disgruntled sheep hasn't lambasted you yet. What is the definition of the word "lambast" (or "lambaste", if you prefer)?"



To beat or flog:


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