Definition of reprimand:
evoke, attack, call down, get at, chew, flog, incriminate, shoot the breeze, lambast, rally, denunciation, admonition, arouse, chitchat, tease, cod, chew up, check, lash, lecture, grouch, welt, disapproval, yack, beat, chew out, annoy, yack away, lather, rap, chafe, irritate, tantalize, crush, vanquish, have words, nark, put forward, chide, claver, cane, confabulate, tantalise, point out, conjure, chaffer, claver, call on the carpet, ride, bait, vex, invoke, berate, call forth, yap away, lambaste, raise, chatter, devil, razz, animadversion, bawl out, nettle, criminate, beat out, dun, chit-chat, upbraid, take to task, gossip, rattle on, reflection, rag, manducate, remonstrate, rile, stir, taunt, chastise, objurgation, let someone have it, chiding, praise, reprove, bring up, rebuke, bedevil, confab, criticism, dress down, accuse, frustrate, twit, condemnation, tax, blame, strap, torment, underdress, scold, jaw, chat, reproval, masticate, trounce, comment, natter, chew the fat, whip, slash, conjure up, visit, crucify, talk, censure, shell, get to, admonish, gravel, grumble, impeach, bother, admonish, reprehension, upbraiding, reproof.
He brought on himself another reprimand from Mr. Marter, in seeking to propitiate Emilia's reason to comprehend the position rightly; and could add little more to the fact he had spoken, than that his father had other views, which it would require time to combat.- "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- "Story Hour Readings: Seventh Year", E.C. Hartwell.
- "The Fighting Governor A Chronicle of Frontenac", Charles W. Colby Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton.