Idiom: lash out (at someone/something)
— My coach lashed out at me today for being five minutes late to practice and I was shocked at how angry he was.
— Why are you lashing out at me like this? I have no idea you were coming home early today.
— When I walked into the house my husband began to lash out at me so I knew immediately our American Express bill had arrived in the mail.
— My boyfriend is diabetic and the few times he's lashed out at me it's been because his blood sugar level had plummeted.
— If my boss lashes out at me one more time, I'm going to quit on the spot.
— I want to apologize for lashing out at you earlier. I shouldn't have done that and I'm very sorry.
— I understand you frequently lash out and your parents want us to help you understand where your anger is coming from and help you to manage it better.
— What's wrong with her these days? Why is she always lashing out a people?
— My husband only recently started lashing out at us and I have no idea why.
— Every day, President Trump lashes out at his critics on Twitter.
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