Excoriate

Loss of substance from for example the skin, by scratching.

Excoriate

Ex·co'ri·ate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Excoriated ; present participle & verbal noun excoriating .] [ Latin excoriare ; ex out + corium hide. confer Scourge ; see Cuirass .] To s...
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excoriate

To scratch or otherwise denude the skin by physical means. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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excoriate

excoriate 1. To tear or wear off the skin of; to abrade (rub or wear away especially by friction). 2. To censure strongly; to denounce: 'He wrote an editorial which excoriated the administration for its inaction.'
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excoriate

Type: Term Pronunciation: eks-kō′rē-āt Definitions: 1. To scratch or otherwise strip off the skin by physical means.
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excoriate

censure severely; strip the hide off of
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excoriate

express strong disapproval of
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