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blistering attack/criticism etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblistering attack/criticism etcblistering attack/criticism etcANGRYvery critical remarks expressing anger and disapproval a blistering attack on her boss blistering
Examples from the Corpus
blistering attack/criticism etcThe most humiliating thing for Mr Major was not the fact that it was Mr Lamont who made the blistering attack.The religious press in the first decade of pentecostal history teems with blistering attacks on the new movement.Bates also launched a blistering attack on the sports minister Kate Hoey.
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