One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘I didn't want to do a hatchet job on a man when he was down’
savage, attack, lambaste, condemn, criticize severely, flay, shoot down, pillory, revile
jump on, tear to pieces, take to pieces, pull apart, take apart, lay into, pitch into, hammer, slam, bash, crucify, give something a battering, roast, skewer, throw brickbats at, knock
British slate, rubbish, slag off
North American bad-mouth, pummel
NZ Australian trash, bag, monster, give someone bondi
archaic excoriate, slash
praise, commend, applaud
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