I wasn't bad enough for the teacher to rebuke me.
I rebuke to fight
Example sentence - She was adept at avoiding the rebuke that would surely come.
Question doesn't really make sense....but if you asking for a sentence with the word rebuke it can be "Devil, I rebuke you in the name of Jesus"
God punish him.
Paul didnt take the Rebuke from his father very well
Upon sagacious reflection, Simon realized that his parents' rebuke though painful, was salutary.
Ignominious: deserving rebuke/shameful His atrocious behavior at the party was truly ignominious.
The word reprimand means an official rebuke or admonition. A sample sentence is: "He suffered a harsh reprimand from his boss".
some synonyms for rebuke are to admonish, call down, or castigate.
Objurgation is a rarely-used noun meaning a severe rebuke, berating or chastisement.When the embezzler was caught red-handed, the vehement objurgation by his superiors left him shell-shocked.
The opposite of to rebuke is to praise, commend, laud, or applaud.A rebuke is a strong criticism or denunciation, and the opposite would be praise, compliment, or commendation.
The word 'rebuke' is both a verb and a noun. The noun rebuke is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for an expression of sharp disapproval or criticism. Example uses: Noun: His rebuke ruined my enthusiasm for completing the assignment. Verb: Ms. Lincoln had to rebuke Jonas for peeking at his neighbors work.
To rebuke the disobedience of the false prophet Bilam son of Be'or.
Two definitions: -verb (used with object) 1. to express sharp, stern disapproval of; reprove; reprimand. -noun 2. sharp, stern disapproval; reproof; reprimand. 1. Mother would sometimes rebuke me for leaving my spinach on my plate. 2. Mother's rebukes were stinging and cruel, and I always wanted to redeem myself afterwards.
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i do not know how to use embalming in a sentence. (there is the sentence)
Buked or Buking
Upbraid, Chide, Admonish
It means to scold or rebuke
"It is easy to use an exponent in a sentence." There, that sentence uses it!