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skewer

2 verb
     
skewer2 [transitive]
1DFC to make a hole through a piece of food, an object etc with a skewer or with some other pointed object
2 to criticize someone very strongly, often in a way that other people find humorous:
Du Bois skewered Washington's policies in his book, 'The Souls of Black Folks.'
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