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1. If he finds out, he'll scold me.
2. Don't scold her, she's nothing but a child.
3. Don't scold the child. It's not his fault.
4. Don't scold the boy; he'll come round in time.
5. Did you scold her for breaking it?
6. I couldn't bear that Mother should scold me in the face of my friends.
7. She writes me often, if only to scold me because I haven't written to her.
8. Don't scold so much.
9. The adverts scold us and cajole us and wheedle us and fawn us to keep up with the Joneses.
10. As the consummate political scold, he delighted in skewering all office holders,(http://sentencedict.com) finding them full of posture and pretension.
11. Don't scold him for doing badly at school, he's doing his best.
12. You shouldn't scold him on the slightest pretence.
13. Don't scold him; it is not his fault.
14. Don't scold the child without reason.
15. We dozen imperialistic of signal, very at quiet scold 1:Hold!
16. Arrive at a living room scathingly Xun to scold a way after the kitchen be the mother of household chores hear:"Who teach you! ?"
17. Grandmother would always come out and scold us, worried that we would fall off.
18. Await a bit, listen to the girl to scold: "You are big hoodlum, it is scampish as a child, your Mom just gave birth to you, you do not forget to turn round to want to glance."
19. Mother used to scold the boy without a moment's thought.
20. The meatball son scold a way:Idiot, the somebody else took off clothes you incognizant .
21. He's too angry to hold on to himself not to scold.
22. He did his best to hold himself in, not to scold her.
23. The greatest pleasure of a dog is that you may make a fool of yourself with him and not only will he not scold you, but he will make a fool of himself too. Samuel Butler
24. If he were to speak, I know it would be to scold me for crying like I am.
25. But the first lady of this portrait can also be a scold, stand-offish and sanctimonious.
26. Ever since its presentation, the Little Women's Prose receives much scold and castigation.
27. When I do not want to have a shower, neither shame me nor scold me.
28. when i do not want to have a shower, neither shame me nor scold me...
29. When the officer had gone away, and Denisov, who knew nothing himself of Rostov's relations with the Polish woman, began to scold him for his hastiness, Rostov said to him: "Say what you like."
30. Every mom has a favourite quote and a special tone to scold or teach a lesson to their recalcitrant kids.