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Rebuke in a sentence

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Sentence count:73+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-09-07Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: beratechidecorrectdisapprovelecturereprimandreprovescoldAntonym: praiseSimilar words: rebuildrebeltherebydebutnone butdebuggingMeaning: [rɪ'bjuːk]  n. an act or expression of criticism and censure. v. censure severely or angrily. 
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1. Even one minute's lateness would earn a stern rebuke.
2. His bad manners earned him a sharp rebuke.
3. He meekly accepted the rebuke.
4. He was silenced by her stinging rebuke.
5. He received a stern rebuke from the manager.
6. The teacher delivered a sharp rebuke to the class.
7. She answered with no hint of rebuke.
8. They received a public rebuke from the prime minister for their handling of the matter.
9. UN member countries delivered a strong rebuke to both countries for persisting with nuclear testing programs.
10. He had to put up with a smart rebuke from the teacher.
11. He hit back with a stinging rebuke to his critics.
12. The Soviet media did not openly rebuke Ceausescu for his reception of Carrington.
13. Until recently, Camille would have responded to a rebuke with a display of bestial ferocity.
14. This is meant to rebuke the visitor: these monkeys have an opera company!
15. The rebuke or the dismissal, then, becomes more fuel for their assumption that things are always being done to them.
16. Andrew was not going to accept rebuke or defeat from this untutored beauty.
17. I wondered about how he responded to the rebuke his parents must have given him.
17. try its best to collect and make good sentences.
18. Sometimes this seems almost to rebuke me, to be a heavy price to pay for a simple preference of male anatomy.
19. But unheeded fell this mild rebuke on the Captain.
20. I stood abashed at his rebuke.
21. He is callous to rebuke.
22. It is a mark of depravity to make a mock of good advice and kind rebuke.
23. If the general found his authority questioned he invariably administered a sharp rebuke.
24. She could see Alison's roses and felt them to be a rebuke.
25. In March 1922 Steel-Maitland proposed a strong motion of confidence in Younger that was a clear rebuke to his critics.
26. Even ten years later, he felt the sting of the rebuke, the motive for which he still fails to understand.
27. Evans swore beneath his breath and Jack reached out and gripped him in rebuke.
28. Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole could not leave it dangling as a rebuke to his legislative skills during his presidential campaign.
29. And a multitude of stuffed owls, peering through the candlelight, would mutely rebuke stuffed shirts.
30. He had felt like beating her up, so it seemed a mild enough rebuke for the trouble she'd caused him.
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