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LAMBASTE-V-ATTACK USUALLY WITH WORDS. The people in the stadium lambasted the Indians center for starting a fight, when he dropped his stick.
IMPASSE-N-A SITUATIONS IN WHICH NO PROGRESS IS POSSIBLE. With only one birdy left in the game we reached an impasse to beat the round, in order to go on the next level.
JARGON-N-SLANG The guy in the brown was using so much Jargon to the salesmen trying to sell him a car, even though he was confused.
DETER-V-PREVENT, BLOCK The offensive line deters the quarterback from getting hit, while dropping back the pass.
TENUOUS-ADJ.-WEAK THIN Sponge Bob is very tenuous like Mr. Abrams when they tried to lift weights at the gym.
VIGOROUS-ADJ.-ENERGETIC, POWERFUL. Jack3d, the energy drink will make any professional athlete feel very vigorous after taking a scoop of it.
AMITY-N-FRIENDSHIP In the cartoon Scooby Doo, Scooby and Shaggy have a amity that will never be broken.
GRAVITAS-N-HIGH SERIOUSNESS The sign of DO NOT ENTER shows a gravitas to not go in because something bad is ahead.
EMPHATIC-ADJ.-ASSERTIVE, CONFIDENT. The quarterback from the University of California feels really emphatic on the throw he is about to make, after reading the weak points of the defencive.
VEHEMENT-ADJ.-SHOWING STRONG FEELING; FORCEFUL, PASSIONATE, OR INTENSE. The Seahawk's fans, also known as the 12 men are a very vehement crowd when it comes to football season.
PREEMINENT-ADJ.-SUPERIOR, OUTSTANDING, DISTINGUISHED. Donald Trump is a preeminent man money wise, but he is probably not a good person to have a amity with.
RESURGENCE-N-REBIRTH After the first Ice Age, the resurgence of new civilization of human beings begun.
By: Sad’e Whittle English 10 May 1,2011. Verb-attack, usually with words, criticize (someone or something)harshly Lambaste The coach lambasted the team.
Words in the wild. Because the child was being disobedient, her mother lambasted her for the bad report card. Lambaste verb -Attack, usually with words,
Vocabulary By: Brianna Cortes & Tiana Crawford. (Crawtes)
VOCAB POWER POINT. Lambaste – verb – attack usually with words, or criticize harshly. The mother lambasted her child at the baseball game because he didn’t.
By: Barber and Matthews. Simon, from American Idol, is always lambasting many singers on the show because of that person’s so called “bad” skills. LAMBASTE.
Vocab BY: Kia W.. LAMBASTE Verb attack, usually with words, criticize, usually harshly Little sally was very upset while watching her mother lambaste.
ENGLISH VOCABULARY BY: NY’LAH EVANS. LAMBASTE attack, usually with words, criticize (someone or something) harshly (Verb) He regularly lambastes the labor.
Kelly Rodriquez and Bruce Hicks. Because I arrived late from the party, my parents, who at this point were very petulant, lambasted me all night about.
Vocabulary Jallway. Lambaste - Verb Attack, usually with words, criticize. John scornfully lambasted his dog for urinating on his new, freshly purchased.
VOCABULARY LIST.thea sinfuego & valisa morine. LAMBASTE |verb| Attack; usually with words. Often here in LHS, students lambaste one another on how they.
By Brianna Day & Jenn Tatem.. The boss lambasted him about being late to work for the 4 th time, then threatened to fire him. The boss lambasted him about.
Verb To reprimand or berate harshly; censure; excoriate. On a show called Bad Girls Club, the girls continued to lambaste each other constantly.
B URNETT. C ALDERON. WIW-Vocab. L AMBASTE LAMBASTE-v-attack, usually with words, criticize Amanda, a high school student, was lambasted with wordy violence.
Isabella regularly lambasted celebrities in letters to local newspapers.
By: David Robinson & Tim Walls. –verb (used with object) 1. to beat or whip severely. 2. to reprimand or berate harshly; censure; excoriate. Her mother.
Explaining the game of football By: Taimi Tutogi.
Scooby Doo By Varence Penn-Kast. Scooby doo, along with the gang, try and solve mysteries and usually get into mischief while on the way to the solution.
Ekke Hoffmann Coaches Referees What do coaches expect from referees?
Beaten by: Suzanne Weyn Power Point By: Lily Borders.
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