What is the past tense of lambaste?

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The past tense of lambaste is lambasted.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of lambaste is lambastes.

The present participle of lambaste is lambasting.

The past participle of lambaste is lambasted.

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Critics have lambasted him for going over the top on trivia and conversely for not putting in the boot hard enough.
He lambasted the law's critics for alleging that limiting the use of force in making arrests would make police sitting ducks.
He has also lambasted the European Union and declared verbal war on whites who tell blacks in Africa how to run free and fair elections.
It lambasted the organization for not allowing staff to put up Advent calendars.
A Quigney shopkeeper, who wished to be anonymous, lambasted people's irresponsible behaviour during this period.
Many critics have lambasted the female characters in his plays as two-dimensional and unrealistic portrayals of subservient women.

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