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To reprimand or criticize harshly and usually angrily.
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  1. To reprimand or criticize harshly and usually angrily.
  2. To find fault with angrily; rebuke or chide severely
  3. To use abusive language habitually
A degree of dishonour or disesteem; ill repute; reproach.
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  1. A degree of dishonour or disesteem; ill repute; reproach.
  2. The act of discrediting or disbelieving, or the state of being discredited or disbelieved.
  3. Lack or loss of trust or belief; doubt:
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. 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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  1. 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. 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.
  2. An expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism.
  3. A judgment or resolution condemning a person for misconduct; specif., an official expression of disapproval passed by a legislature
A sharp reprimand
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  1. A sharp reprimand
  2. An expression of strong disapproval.
To adjudge someone guilty of a crime or to impose sentence, especially a severe penalty such as death or life imprisonment.
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  1. To adjudge someone guilty of a crime or to impose sentence, especially a severe penalty such as death or life imprisonment.
  2. To take (private property) for public use by the power of eminent domain; expropriate
  3. To force (someone) to experience, endure, or do something:
To place responsibility for (an error, fault, etc.) on someone or something
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  1. To place responsibility for (an error, fault, etc.) on someone or something
  2. To accuse of being at fault; condemn (for something); censure
  3. To find fault with; criticize:
To express disapproval.
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  1. To express disapproval.
  2. To scold; now, usually, to reprove mildly
  3. To scold mildly so as to correct or improve; reprimand:
(Obs.) To convince or convict
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  1. (Obs.) To convince or convict
  2. To express disapproval of (something done or said); censure
  3. To speak to in disapproval; rebuke
To remind (someone) of something forgotten or disregarded, as an obligation or a responsibility.
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  1. To remind (someone) of something forgotten or disregarded, as an obligation or a responsibility.
  2. To counsel (another) against something to be avoided or warn (that something is dangerous):
  3. To caution against specific faults; warn
To punish or rebuke severely.
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  1. To punish or rebuke severely.
  2. To punish or rebuke severely, esp. by harsh public criticism
To scold or condemn sharply
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  1. To scold or condemn sharply
  2. To punish, as for wrongdoing.
  3. To punish, esp. by beating
To express disapproval.
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  1. To express disapproval.
  2. To scold mildly so as to correct or improve; reprimand:
  3. To scold; now, usually, to reprove mildly
To perform rap music.
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  1. To perform rap music.
  2. To utter sharply:
  3. To perform rap or a rap
(Obs.) To force back
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  1. (Obs.) To force back
  2. (Obsolete) To check or repress.
  3. To express sharp criticism regarding (an act, for example):
To rebuke severely or formally
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  1. To rebuke severely or formally
  2. To reprove (someone) severely, especially in a formal or official way.
To speak to in disapproval; rebuke
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  1. To speak to in disapproval; rebuke
  2. To express disapproval of (something done or said); censure
  3. To express disapproval to (someone); criticize:
To place a tax on (income, property, or goods).
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  1. To place a tax on (income, property, or goods).
  2. To require to pay a percentage of income, property value, etc. for the support of a government
  3. To assess a tax on (income, property, purchases, etc.)
To rebuke severely or bitterly; censure sharply
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  1. To rebuke severely or bitterly; censure sharply
  2. To reprove sharply; reproach.
(Idiomatic) To deliver a loud, hard scolding or lecture; to reprimand.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To deliver a loud, hard scolding or lecture; to reprimand.
  2. (Idiomatic) To have a serious argument accompanied with shouting.
To scold sharply; berate:
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  1. To scold sharply; berate:
  2. To scold, reprimand or criticize harshly.
  3. (Dated) To give a thrashing to; to beat severely.
(Idiomatic, US) To lecture, scold, reprimand, or rebuke.
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To cause to feel ashamed to the point of doing something:
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  1. To cause to feel ashamed to the point of doing something:
  2. To disgrace by surpassing:
  3. I do shame / To think of what a noble strain you are. "” Shakespeare.
Cautionary advice or warning.
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  1. Cautionary advice or warning.
  2. A judge’s advice, cautionary statement, direction, reprimand, or warning to a jury, lawyer, party, spectator, or witness regarding any matter that arises during a judicial proceeding. A judge’s advice, cautionary statement, direction, reprimand, or warning to a jury, lawyer, party, spectator, or witness regarding any matter that arises during a judicial proceeding.
  3. Mild, kind, yet earnest reproof.
A sharp reprimand
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  1. A sharp reprimand
  2. An expression of strong disapproval.
A severe, formal or official reproof; reprehension, rebuke, private or public.
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  1. A severe, formal or official reproof; reprehension, rebuke, private or public.
  2. A severe, formal, or official rebuke or censure.
  3. A severe or formal rebuke, esp. by a person in authority
The act of reproving or something said in reproving; rebuke; censure
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  1. The act of reproving or something said in reproving; rebuke; censure
  2. The act, an instance, or an expression of reproving; a rebuke.
A harsh or sharp reprimand.
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  1. A harsh or sharp reprimand.
  2. A succession of critical remarks, such as those directed by a parent towards a misbehaving child.
A kind of popular music in which rhymed verses are chanted or declaimed to the accompaniment of forceful and repetitive rhythms, played usually on drums or synthesizers
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  1. A kind of popular music in which rhymed verses are chanted or declaimed to the accompaniment of forceful and repetitive rhythms, played usually on drums or synthesizers
  2. A rap song or recording
  3. A composition or performance of such music.
A manifestation or result:
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  1. A manifestation or result:
  2. A reflecting or being reflected
  3. An indirect expression of censure or discredit:
(Music) A curved line written above or below two or more successive notes of different pitch that are to be sounded without a noticeable break
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  1. (Music) A curved line written above or below two or more successive notes of different pitch that are to be sounded without a noticeable break
  2. The act or process of slurring
  3. Any remark or action that harms or is meant to harm someone's reputation; aspersion, reproach, stigma, etc.
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