To criticize for a fault or an offense
She looked at him and, screwing up her eyes sternly, continued to upbraid the general who had won from her.
The Israelites, terrified by the approach of the Egyptians, upbraid Moses, who promises them deliverance by the hand of Yahweh (xiv.
upbraid the bourgeoisie with is not so much that it creates a proletariat, as that it creates a revolutionary proletariat.
upbraid thy people for their sins, O wise Gildas.
Thou didst chronicle the deeds of the martyrs and upbraid thy people for their sins, O wise Gildas.
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