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Sentence count:29Posted:2017-03-03Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: advicecautionremindertipwarningSimilar words: premonitionadmonishadmonishmentmunitionsinitiationammunitiondefinitionpositioningMeaning: [‚ædmə'nɪʃn]  n. 1. cautionary advice about something imminent (especially imminent danger) 2. a firm rebuke. 
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1. The most common parental admonition must surely be "Don't stay out late".
2. To those inside the fence, an admonition: Never Say Anything.
3. Many illiterates can not read the admonition on a pack of cigarettes.
4. I enunciated carefully, hoping that Barney Lewis's admonition about clear speaking would now have some magical effect.
5. An admonition will be given for a technical foul.
6. And now this admonition is for you, O priests.
6. try its best to collect and make good sentences.
7. The youth rejected admonition and held to his demand.
8. Which recalls the oracle's second admonition: nothing in excess.
9. The students take the admonition from their teacher.
10. Isabel listened with extreme respect to this admonition.
11. From beginning to end, the admonition Fear insistent.
12. With this parting admonition, he left Clyde to his thoughts.
13. Those permanents come back if Admonition Angel leaves the battlefield.
14. This an admonition: Whosoever will, let him take a ( straight ) Path to his Lord.
15. The typist received an admonition from the supervisor for being careless.
16. She closed with an admonition: " Part of living within a budget is spending within a budget. "
17. Eisenhower's parting admonition in 1956 was " Give'em heaven. "
18. She took our admonition.
19. Recalling some long ago Sunday school admonition to 'care for the sick, feed the hungry, and clothe the naked. ' I was moved by some powerful inner urge to reach out to this unfortunate person.
20. It was an admonition then; it is an urgent need today.
21. From each and every canvas I saw that the model surveyed the viewer, resisting centuries of admonition to ingratiate herself.
22. And when the rector took to the pulpit he delivered sermons brimming with moral admonition.
23. Medieval European classic morality play Everyman has a strong philosophy, admonition, purity.
24. EPH 6:4 bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.
25. I think His Holy Father will be pleased to know that much of our foreign policy is based on the admonition to whom much is given, much is required.
26. But thee We only sent to give glad tidings and admonition.
27. As an innovation system, the guard line of warning and admonition is the third between the two lines of morality and the Party's discipline and State law.
28. Now therefore , O kings, be prudent ; Take the admonition, O judges of the earth.
29. Ambrosia had pushed Edgar and the girl in there with admonition to have some fun.
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