tongue-lashing


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Related to tongue-lashing: tongueless, sharp tongue
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No mention of the incident was made by the judges but they did give him a tongue-lashing for his rock and roll performance.
The 37-year-old former Oasis frontman made the tongue-lashing revelation on Italian radio.
SOL BAMBA said he escaped a tongue-lashing from boss Mixu Paatelainen after being sent off on his Hibs debut - but only because the team won.
Ben Elton will also be on the receiving end of a tongue-lashing from Steel, as will U2 singer and humanitarian activist Bono.
It's then she gets another tongue-lashing from the cleric, which brings her alter ego Margaret to the surface.
Those who disagree with him are given a tongue-lashing.
More than four million viewers tuned in to Channel 4 to watch the former Rangers footballer submit the kitchen staff of a bistro in Silsden, West Yorkshire, to a tongue-lashing in the first episode of his series.
It's just a week ago since Toon Army chairman Freddy Shepherd gave Sir Bobby and the squad a rare tongue-lashing.
But he also admitted the on loan Liverpool striker had spared himself from a tongue-lashing.
With the players now reported to have been paid, he is left looking the bad guy, and could get a tongue-lashing from the crowd if John Gregory picks him against Derby.
I RECEIVED a Sunday Roast tongue-lashing from Baggies boss Gary Megson at the Gary Newbon bash last weekend.
GARETH Jenkins admitted he had given his Scarlets a red-raw tongue-lashing on their way to the Principality Cup Final.
Superkid Joe Cole came in for a fierce tongue-lashing from Hammers boss Harry Redknapp after an anonymous display.
The tongue-lashing Thompson delivered after Saturday's 4-3 reverse was spot on.
A confidential US diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks showed Berlusconi feared a tongue-lashing from the Dublin rock hero.