Lambaste conjugation

English
22 examples
This verb can also mean the following: criticize harshly, beat severely, lance armstrong faces multimillion dollar legal challenges after confession, reprimand, give a thrashing to, scold, give

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
lambaste
lambaste
lambastes
lambaste
lambaste
lambaste
Future Simple
will lambaste
will lambaste
will lambaste
will lambaste
will lambaste
will lambaste
Past Simple
lambasted
lambasted
lambasted
lambasted
lambasted
lambasted
Conditional Simple
would lambaste
would lambaste
would lambaste
would lambaste
would lambaste
would lambaste
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am lambasting
are lambasting
is lambasting
are lambasting
are lambasting
are lambasting
Future Progressive
will be lambasting
will be lambasting
will be lambasting
will be lambasting
will be lambasting
will be lambasting
Past Progressive
was lambasting
were lambasting
was lambasting
were lambasting
were lambasting
were lambasting
Conditional Progressive
would be lambasting
would be lambasting
would be lambasting
would be lambasting
would be lambasting
would be lambasting
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have lambasted
have lambasted
has lambasted
have lambasted
have lambasted
have lambasted
Future Perfect
will have lambasted
will have lambasted
will have lambasted
will have lambasted
will have lambasted
will have lambasted
Past Perfect
had lambasted
had lambasted
had lambasted
had lambasted
had lambasted
had lambasted
Conditional Perfect
would have lambasted
would have lambasted
would have lambasted
would have lambasted
would have lambasted
would have lambasted
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been lambasting
have been lambasting
has been lambasting
have been lambasting
have been lambasting
have been lambasting
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been lambasting
will have been lambasting
will have been lambasting
will have been lambasting
will have been lambasting
will have been lambasting
Past Perfect Progressive
had been lambasting
had been lambasting
had been lambasting
had been lambasting
had been lambasting
had been lambasting
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been lambasting
would have been lambasting
would have been lambasting
would have been lambasting
would have been lambasting
would have been lambasting

Examples of lambaste

Example in English
Did it, perchance, have anything to do with The fact that I continue to lambaste detective hip flask?
Then he'll lambaste you for invading his sovereign state and that's how he'll save himself.
Did it, perchance, have anything to do with The fact that I continue to lambaste detective hip flask?
Then he'll lambaste you for invading his sovereign state and that's how he'll save himself.
Oonnelly showed up at pre-fight press conference in full Union Jack attire and lambasted Jose Mendez in the name of Queen and country."
Dr.Wedd is a neurologist... Who has repeatedly lambasted the league for its approach to head injuries.
And then, he was torn apart, lambasted as a one-hit wonder.
I had a chat with Gill who lambasted me.
Last time, he made a scene. He lambasted the clock on the chimney.
I've written dozens of articles on shooting and twice more than that lambasting the damn fool game laws.
In view of the fact we're taking a propaganda lambasting around the world
Mr Speaker, the Honourable Member opposite has been constantly lambasting us at every opportunity about the importance of integrating public services.
[ Laughs ] I don't know about that... but I certainly felt like lambasting you last night.
Oonnelly showed up at pre-fight press conference in full Union Jack attire and lambasted Jose Mendez in the name of Queen and country."
Dr.Wedd is a neurologist... Who has repeatedly lambasted the league for its approach to head injuries.
And then, he was torn apart, lambasted as a one-hit wonder.
I had a chat with Gill who lambasted me.
Last time, he made a scene. He lambasted the clock on the chimney.
I've written dozens of articles on shooting and twice more than that lambasting the damn fool game laws.
In view of the fact we're taking a propaganda lambasting around the world
Mr Speaker, the Honourable Member opposite has been constantly lambasting us at every opportunity about the importance of integrating public services.
[ Laughs ] I don't know about that... but I certainly felt like lambasting you last night.

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