Sinónimos de assail
to criticize stronglyThese newspapers assail the government each day.
His mother had rarely criticized him or any of her children.
He alleged that he was verbally abused by other soldiers.
They have blasted the report.
flame (informal), ,
We maligned him dreadfully, assuming the very worst about him.
Marion berated Joe for the noise he made.
What right had the crowd to revile them?
He was vilified and forced into exile.
I hope the good name of the company will not be impugned.
go for the jugular,
to attack violentlyHe was assailed by a young man.
The duo are believed to have attacked several people in South London.
Our general ordered us to charge the enemy.
The gang assaulted him in the street.
invade, , ,
In 1944 the allies invaded the Italian mainland.
fall upon, , , ,
They have been belaboured on all sides for withdrawing from the cup.
to disturbShe is assailed by self-doubt and emotional insecurity.
I'm not going to plague you with a lot of questions.
Is anything troubling you?
It pains me to think of an animal being in distress.
He would exploit and harry his workers.
I don't know why he bothers me with this kind of rubbish.
I didn't want to disturb you.
He would not torture her further by arguing.
The memory of his mistakes still haunts him.
Try making a note of the things that annoy you.
He teased me mercilessly about going there.
My older brother used to torment me by singing it to me.
We are almost routinely harassed by the police.
My husband started hassling me.
There are four main problems that afflict these people.
She badgered her doctor time and again, pleading with him.
He described his manager as constantly persecuting him.
He disguised himself to avoid being molested in the street.
He's always hanging round and pestering me.
Everything about that man vexes me.
His career was bedevilled by injury.
give someone grief (British, South Africa)
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in the sense of abuse
to speak insultingly or cruelly toHe alleged that he was verbally abused by other soldiers.
slate (informal, British),
slag (off) (slang),
in the sense of afflict
to cause someone suffering or unhappinessThere are four main problems that afflict these people.
in the sense of annoy
to irritate or displeaseTry making a note of the things that annoy you.
get under your skin (informal),
get on your nerves (informal),
nark (British, Australian, New Zealand, slang),
get up your nose (informal),
give someone grief (British, South Africa),
make your blood boil,
piss you off (taboo, slang),
rub someone up the wrong way (informal),
get your goat (slang),
get in your hair (informal),
get on your wick (British, slang),
get your dander up (informal),
get your back up,
put your back up,
hack you off (informal),
be on your back (slang)
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