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Sentence count:184+9 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-20Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: castigatechastisecorrectdisciplinepenalizeAntonym: forgiveSimilar words: vanishSpanishfinish updiminishfinish withpunchunituniteMeaning: ['pʌnɪʃ]  v. impose a penalty on; inflict punishment on. 
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(1) According to present law, the authorities can only punish smugglers with small fines.
(2) For your crime, the court will punish you with two years in prison.
(3) Never punish children by making them go hungry.
(4) How would you punish somebody for stealing?
(5) If you fail, don't punish yourself.
(6) Don't punish a child who wets the bed.
(7) They arrogate to themselves the power to punish people.
(8) You can't punish me for something I didn't do.
(9) Parents don't punish their children so severely these days.
(10) He defended his decision to punish the boy.
(11) The law prescribes how to punish this crime.
(12) Don't punish your child for being honest.
(13) It's a bIt'strong to punish her for such a small thing.
(14) My parents used to punish me by not letting me watch TV.
(15) He was trying to punish her for deserting him all those years ago.
(16) He promised to punish severely any officials found guilty of electoral fraud.
(17) It's unfair to punish a whole class for the actions of one or two students.
(18) The government voted to punish corruption in sport with up to four years in jail.
(19) It's a bit strong to punish her for such a small thing.
(20) My parents decided to punish me by withdrawing financial support.
(21) Richard could easily destroy her personal property to punish her for walking out on him.
(22) The House voted to punish the senator with a formal reprimand.
(23) He was adamant in his determination to punish the corrupt officials.
(24) It is the business of the police to prevent and detect crime and of the law courts to punish crime.
(25) If you persist in upsetting her[Sentence dictionary], I will have to punish you.
(26) We should try to reform criminals through labor rather than punish them.
(27) He said that when he was a boy, his father used to take a stick to him to punish him.
(28) We should try to reform criminals through labour rather than punish them.
(29) Current employment laws will be changed to reward effort and punish laziness.
(30) The woman walked out of the shop angrily and decided to punish the assistant next day.
More similar words: vanishSpanishfinish updiminishfinish withpunchunituniteunityuniqueunionuniformjuniorministryrun intodishorganismministerfeministcommunityIrishcolumnistmechanismmunitionsmunicipalbishopwish forJewishparishadminister
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