excoriate

Objurgate vs Excoriate - What's the difference?

objurgate | excoriate |


In lang=en terms the difference between objurgate and excoriate

is that objurgate is to rebuke or scold strongly while excoriate is to strongly denounce or censure.

As verbs the difference between objurgate and excoriate

is that objurgate is to rebuke or scold strongly while excoriate is to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay.

Excoriate vs Expostulate - What's the difference?

excoriate | expostulate |


As verbs the difference between excoriate and expostulate

is that excoriate is to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay while expostulate is to protest or remonstrate; to reason earnestly with a person on some impropriety of conduct.

Concrete vs Excoriate - What's the difference?

concrete | excoriate |


As an adjective concrete

is .

As a verb excoriate is

to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay.

Excoriate vs Flippant - What's the difference?

excoriate | flippant |


As a verb excoriate

is to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay.

As an adjective flippant is

(archaic) glib; speaking with ease and rapidity.

Excoriate vs Incisive - What's the difference?

excoriate | incisive |


As a verb excoriate

is to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay.

As an adjective incisive is

quickly proceeding to judgment and forceful in expression; decisive; forthright.

Invective vs Excoriate - What's the difference?

invective | excoriate |


As verbs the difference between invective and excoriate

is that invective is while excoriate is to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay.

Excoriate vs Desquamate - What's the difference?

excoriate | desquamate |


As verbs the difference between excoriate and desquamate

is that excoriate is to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay while desquamate is to shed or peel.

Excoriate vs Praise - What's the difference?

excoriate | praise |


As verbs the difference between excoriate and praise

is that excoriate is to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay while praise is to give praise to.

As a noun praise is

commendation; favourable representation in words.

Opprobrium vs Excoriate - What's the difference?

opprobrium | excoriate |


As a noun opprobrium

is disgrace arising from exceedingly shameful conduct; ignominy.

As a verb excoriate is

to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay.

Excoriate vs Vitriol - What's the difference?

excoriate | vitriol |


As a verb excoriate

is to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay.

As a noun vitriol is

vitriol (sulfuric acid).

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