Synonym: caution, discourage, monish, reprove, warn. Similar words: astonish, astonished, astonishment, monitor, administer, harmonize, harmonious, administrator. Meaning: [əd'mɒnɪʃ] v. 1. admonish or counsel in terms of someone's behavior 2. warn strongly; put on guard 3. take to task.
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2. Admonish your friends privately, but praise them openly.
3. The ethics committee may take a decision to admonish him or to censure him.
4. He then proceeded tactfully to admonish the theorists of botany in order to protect the practitioners of gardening.
5. Admonish your friend privately, but praise them openly.
6. Admonish your friend in private, praise them in public.sentencedict.com
7. Mr Mreen admonish me for drinking too much.
8. Admonish eagerr weighs privately, customs praise trapm Aprilly.
9. Admonish your friends privately, praise them openly.
10. Financial advisors admonish clients to bills each month to avoid interest and finance charges.
11. Other rims, my mother will admonish, " late play the trumpet. "
12. Practically or ethically, we cannot simply admonish them to not clear forest.
13. Admonish your friend in secret , commend him in public.
14. There are two shapes of admonish and needle about the needle in ShuoWenJieZi.
15. He should admonish, he should advice, and he should restrain one from evil.
16. I will tactfully admonish him not to behave like this again.
17. Admonish your friends privately[sentencedict.com], but praise them openly. - --- Syrus.
18. Admonish your friends in private, praise them in public . z 9.
19. Perhaps he had been surprised to be greeted by an adult who didn't either admonish or cross-examine him.
20. The garden was his domain; he had his rabbits to feed and the birds to admonish for ravaging his cherry trees.
21. We know best what they say; and thou art not one to overawe them by force. So admonish with the Qur'an such as fear My Warning!
22. Yet do not esteem him as an enemy, but admonish him as a brother.
23. Should the pastor be found to seriously err in doctrine or conduct, or neglect of duties, three representatives of the Church Board shall, in humility and love, admonish him.
24. In this strain Mrs. Trenor continued for nearly an hour to admonish her friend.
25. Thes. 3:15 Yet do not regard him as an enemy, but admonish him as a brother.
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