Noun(1) an act or expression of criticism and censure
Verb(1) rebuke formally(2) censure severely or angrily
(1) Finally, God's absence, reflected in his impossibility to offer neither reprimand nor comfort, is mirrored in a simulation of authorial impotence.(2) Both Steinhardt and the secret police seem to have shared the belief that the complex process of religious conversion that the writer underwent while in prison was a personal matter and as such deserved no reprimand .(3) Then, while still in the changed garments, Edward noticed Tom's bruised hand and went out to reprimand the guard who had caused it.(4) It is governed automatically by scripts that do the specific bidding of their creators both to help and to reprimand users of the protocol.(5) Many believe the admission of shortcomings was in response to Chinese President Hu Jintao's public reprimand of Tung and his ministers last month.(6) For bragging about the size of her sub, Kathryn Bigelow earns a reprimand from this court.(7) Still the degree of solidarity expressed by our US friends since last Monday's EU reprimand over Irish budgetary policy was impressive.(8) Although Mutius's death is horrific in its own right, Rome does not reprimand Titus for his action.(9) All were found guilty, receiving sentences varying from discharge and detention to a fine and reprimand .(10) Next port of call is the Council of Ministers where tomorrow evening the commission's recommendation to formally reprimand Ireland will be carried.(11) She could easily have ruined his career with a harassment suit but instead chose to just walk away, and he's insisting we reprimand her for doing so.(12) In the end he got away with a fine and a reprimand , and the woodblocks for a satirical triptych were destroyed(13) The captain says he ought to flog all of them, but because they surrendered early, he will make do with just a reprimand .(14) By way of reprimand , Othello was forced to demote Cassio, a severe blow to the high-ranking officer.(15) Universal is given a reprimand for some poor decisions concerning the making of this set.(16) When she insults Miss Bates at Box Hill, Mr. Knightley's reprimand really shames her.
1. rebuke ::
2. rebuke ::
3. lambaste ::
4. criminate ::
1. citation ::
2. commendation ::
Different Formsreprimand, reprimanded, reprimanding, reprimands
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