Definition of rebuke:
evoke, chatter, cane, scold, arouse, underdress, gossip, flog, chafe, yack away, raise, upbraid, chide, bait, objurgation, lather, lambaste, confabulate, invoke, castigate, yack, criminate, yap away, tease, visit, bother, lambast, tantalise, put forward, reproof, check, chew out, let someone have it, bedevil, nark, tantalize, razz, irritate, tax, get at, take to task, crucify, claver, grouch, chew, nettle, have words, chitchat, gravel, bawl out, get to, chat, shell, admonition, rile, rap, ride, attack, chew the fat, condemnation, disapproval, rally, shoot the breeze, vanquish, welt, upbraiding, praise, chastise, whip, call forth, crush, claver, comment, rattle on, beat, annoy, denunciation, dress down, beat out, twit, masticate, rag, reproval, stir, slash, chit-chat, criticism, chew up, jaw, reprimand, trounce, point out, bring up, chiding, manducate, strap, call down, berate, reprehension, conjure, confab, call on the carpet, devil, chaffer, conjure up, reprove, admonish, remonstrate, torment, lecture, grumble, vex, dun, animadversion, frustrate, natter, taunt, reflection, talk, lash, cod.
- blame (part of speech: verb)
- condemnation (part of speech: noun)
- "Berlin and Sans-Souci", Louise Muhlbach.
- "The Fighting Chance", Robert W. Chambers.
- "The Gospel According to St. Mark", G. A. Chadwick.