Rebuke synonyms

rĭ-byo͝ok'
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Reproof is an expression of disapproval.
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(Obs.) To set a price on; appraise
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A harsh or sharp reprimand.
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Approval expressed especially by the clapping of hands.
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(Historical) In ancient Athens (some other cities), the temporary banishment by popular vote of a citizen considered dangerous to the state. [from 16th c.]
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A reason or occasion for condemning.
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A severe, formal or official reproof; reprehension, rebuke, private or public.
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A check or an abrupt setback to progress or action:
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A deliberate slight or affront.
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The right or chance to accept or refuse something before it is offered to another; option
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A repelling or being repelled
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Failure or refusal to approve; rejection
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An official condemnation, reprimand, or expression of adverse criticism, usually by a legislative or other formal body, of the conduct of one of its members or of someone whose behavior it monitors.
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A critical comment or judgment.
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An admonishing, or warning to correct some fault
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Responsibility for something meriting censure.
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An instance of severe criticism or rebuke.
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The act, or an expression, of criticism, censure or condemnation; reprimand
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Shame, disgrace, discredit, or blame, or a source, cause, or occasion of this
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The act of reproving
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(Countable) The act of reasoning earnestly in order to dissuade or remonstrate.
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The definition of a lecture is a talk given on a particular subject or a scolding given after someone does something wrong.
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The imposition of a penalty or deprivation for wrongdoing:
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A number, letter, or other mark that refers to the ability of something.
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Strong rebuke; strong scolding
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The definition of a correction is a change that fixes a mistake, or a punishment to correct a fault.
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Anything causing pain or distress; calamity
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Corrective punishment; chastisement; reproof; pungent criticism.
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A document setting forth certain points or listing complaints, grievances, etc.
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A scolding.
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A severe scolding.
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Alternative spelling of put-down.
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To speak to in disapproval; rebuke
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To urge or exhort
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(Now Chiefly Dial.) A gift given for services; tip
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Plural form of congratulation
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The definition of an insult is a rude or offending remark.
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To scold is to criticize, chastise or rebuke someone for something.
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Of or pertaining to an admonition
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Serving or tending to castigate.
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Strongly rebuking or scolding.
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Containing reprehension or reproof.
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Strong criticism.
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The definition of comeuppance is getting the punishment you deserve.
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Plural form of desert
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(Idiomatic) A punishment or reward that is considered to be what the recipient deserved.
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1749, Henry Fielding, Tom Jones, XV.v:
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To strike or pound repeatedly, usually in some sort of rhythm.
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To scold or rebuke severely
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To punish or rebuke severely.
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To punish or scold someone.
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Check means to test, examine, compare or inspect something to see if it is as it should be.
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To evaluate (something), and judge its merits and faults
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To give a lesson to; to teach.
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To scold or rebuke sharply; berate.
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To reprimand or rebuke (a person)
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(Psychology) To exclude (painful or disturbing memories, for example) automatically or unconsciously from the conscious mind.
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To hold, fasten, or secure so as to prevent or limit movement:
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To strike with something flat, specif. the palm of the hand
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(UK dialectal, Northern England) To rise on the stomach; vomit; retch.
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To speak abusively to or about; berate; revile
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Excessive, untrue, or insincere praise; exaggerated compliment or attention
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To try to please, or ingratiate oneself with, by praise and attention
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To criticize for a fault or an offense
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To perform as rap music:
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To impose and collect a tax on (something).
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(Idiomatic) To deliver a loud, hard scolding or lecture; to reprimand.
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(Dated) To give a thrashing to; to beat severely.
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(Idiomatic, US) To lecture, scold, reprimand, or rebuke.
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To apply violent force to someone or something.
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(Idiomatic) To lecture, berate, admonish, or hold somebody accountable for his or her actions.
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Rag is defined as to tease, joke with or nag.
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To defeat decisively:
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(Slang) To talk, esp. in a boring or abusive way
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To present and urge reasons in opposition or complaint; protest; object; expostulate
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(Idiomatic) to ruin (especially land), by digging
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(Idiomatic, of one party, followed by with) To speak sternly, angrily, or in an argumentative manner to.
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Alternative form of lambaste.
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