Scathing



adjective
1.
bitterly severe, as a remark:
a scathing review of the play.
2.
harmful, injurious, or searing.
verb (used with object), scathed, scathing.
1.
to attack with severe criticism.
2.
to hurt, harm, or injure, as by scorching.
noun
3.
hurt, harm, or injury.
adjective
1.
harshly critical; scornful: a scathing remark
2.
damaging; painful
verb (transitive)
1.
(rare) to attack with severe criticism
2.
(archaic or dialect) to injure
noun
3.
(archaic or dialect) harm

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