Reprimand Definition

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# Sentence Times
1. "Don't be vulgar," she reprimanded. 1
2. "Don't contradict your mother," was Charles's sharp reprimand. 1
3. A reprimand to someone who incautiously left a terminal unlocked. 1
4. A reprimand would allow Gingrich to keep his leadership job, while a formal censure would strip Gingrich of his speakership. 1
5. After the severest reprimand, he did not tremble. 1
6. After the trial two police officers were suspended from duty; four others were reprimanded. 1
7. Alternate mild forms of discipline, such as a frown or a mild reprimand, with timeouts. 1
8. An example of a punishing event would be a child at school who is reprimanded for talking during lessons. 1
9. And there were those men who encouraged us to reprimand them for sexist thoughts and deeds. 1
10. At this moment, be turn for Xie Jin, he stalks of grain without the speech, grab a few phenomena that mike begins reprimand China filmdom to exist. 1
11. Breslin was sharply reprimanded for insulting an Asian-American reporter. 1
12. But Democrats flatly denied that the subcommittee already had unanimously agreed to recommend a reprimand. 1
13. Cooper reprimanded his daughter for driving too fast and getting a speeding ticket. 1
14. Debra remembered as a very young child being severely reprimanded by her father. 1
15. Despite an immediate reprimand from Chamorro, Godoy's statements during the strike reportedly encouraged the formation of right-wing armed groups. 1
16. Early on in his career he had received a reprimand for that very sin. 1
17. For example, some parents feel unable to reprimand asthmatic children in case this provokes an attack. 1
18. Forty-seven other officers were stung with lesser penalties ranging from long suspensions to letters of reprimand. 1
19. Frank Bridge , the village constable , was severely reprimanding the two culprits. 1
20. He had to answer; he could not ignore the question or brush it away with a reprimand or a dismissive counterquestion. 1
21. He has been fined five thousand pounds and given a severe reprimand. 1
22. He received a severe reprimand for his behaviour. 1
23. He resented being called from his office to be reprimanded. 1
24. He said not a word to her, but contented himself with sending a stern reprimand to Aeolus. 1
25. He spoke in Tibetan, and his delivery was stern and admonitory , like a forbidding, old-fashioned father reprimanding his children. 1
26. He was called down to the principal's office to be reprimanded for his unexcused absences. 1
27. He was fined £500 for each offence and reprimanded. 1
28. He was informed that Leaken had not been given that authority and had, in fact, been reprimanded for his presumptuousness. 1
29. He was reprimanded by a teacher for talking in the corridor. 1
30. He was reprimanded for insufficient control. 1
 

Reprimand

[ˈreprəˌmand]

NOUN

reprimands (plural noun)

  - a rebuke, especially an official one.

VERB

reprimands (third person present) · reprimanded (past tense) · reprimanded (past participle) · reprimanding (present participle)

  - rebuke (someone), especially officially.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En