Verb(1) kill by nailing onto a cross(2) treat cruelly(3) hold within limits and control(4) criticize harshly or violently
(1) our fans would crucify us if we lost(2) I didn't have the courage to take them to task on national television particularly since they have the microphone and they have 3 hours every morning, five days a week until the election to crucify me if that is their wish.(3) Critical feedback isn't some vicious plot concocted to crucify you - it can be used constructively.(4) I don't think isolated little incidents from 30 years ago should be suddenly dragged out and used to crucify people.(5) But the woman, she was the one who was put up on the cross and crucified today on talk radio.(6) The football player was crucified by both press and fans, and an all-too-lengthy methodical hate campaign began for the country's new Public Enemy No.1.(7) I learnt that I had been vilified, crucified , and made to look like an imbecile.(8) Critics who have crucified his contemporaries for less are indulging his failings to a ludicrous degree.(9) He was crucifying people who were recently widowed in a most horrific way, people who were still in the grips of devastation.(10) You've had your say here for months, and you've crucified my son on national media.(11) We can identify both with the crucified Christ and with the crucifier , depending on our circumstances.(12) Incidentally, who knew the Greeks were crucifiers ?(13) Some may think that Jesus' allusion to picking up our cross daily is an anachronism since he had not yet been crucified , but the cross was already well-known to the Jews as a hated Roman instrument of execution.(14) As the world's other empires have collapsed, the structures have stood out ever more clearly for what they are: the vestigial remnants, not of the crucified, but of the crucifiers .(15) He is being accused of rewriting history under a star-spangled banner and the British press is crucifying him for it.(16) Previous excavations undertaken at the site have uncovered a Roman coin, a Viking comb and clay moulds which were used for making pilgrims' badges out of lead in the shape of St Andrew crucified on the cross.
1. nail to a cross ::
2. devastate ::
3. mortify ::
4. pillory ::
5. torment ::
Different Formscrucifies, crucify, crucifying
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