Bush, who visited his Crawford, Texas, ranch 77 times during his eight years in office, lashed out at legislators in April 2007.
Speaking to The Daily Beast, senior figure Walid el-Haddad lashed out at the attacks on his organization.
He also lashed out at his competitors: “They caught us with dirty hadns and they built this hysteria around it.”
You could almost hear the fist pumps across Washington when John Boehner lashed out at conservative interest groups.
On several occasions, Democrats lashed out at the CIA for trying to undermine their report with false information.
She was so alarmed that she lashed out with both hind feet in a most unladylike manner.
Aunt Melissa had lashed herself into a cumulative passion of words.
At last she was lashed to a lighter with 6-½-inch wire, which was passed round her in four parts.
She lashed her tail to and fro, and one turned out of her way instantly.
What was my agony to see the spar to which Emily was lashed sharing the fate of the rest!
c.1300, las "a blow, a stroke," later "flexible part of a whip" (late 14c.), possibly imitative. The verb might be the source of the noun.
"bind," 1620s, originally nautical, from Middle French lachier, from Old French lacier "to lace" (see lace (v.)). Related: Lashed; lashing.