verb as in warn, strongly criticize
Twice, I admonished groups of congressional staff to put on their masks.
The three minority owners accused Snyder of financial malfeasance in a court filing, prompting a federal judge to later admonish Snyder and the minority owners for their “scorched earth” tactics.
In March 2018, Castel — the same judge who admonished the city for delays in turning over evidence in another case — rejected the city’s argument.
A kind stranger, who later became a family friend, followed me home one day and admonished my parents for a letting a young child go unsupervised on a bus.
Notre Dame president admonished students for rushing field, after his own coronavirus oversightOn Saturday night, Coach Nick Rolovich debuted for Washington State, won, 38-28, at Oregon State and cited 32 player absences.
He was admonished and fined $50, but allowed to remain in the Army.
Owning a restaurant, the EEOC attorney admonished at the time, “is not a license to sexually harass employees.”
Katy Perry was admonished for dressing up as an angel while tailing her grandmother to an event.
So with its top editorial executive, the Times did as it did, not as admonished others to do.
Browne told the Times, on the second go 'round, that Kelly admonished the film.
I have been admonished and instructed by the systematic economy which is practiced even in great houses.
Whenever the contrary is heard from anyone, he is corrected, admonished, and punished—by myself if he is a secular.
The people inquire concerning fasting: they are admonished to fast from sin.
Lovin Child admonished himself gravely, and got it and threw it back again.
"That'll do noo, or I'll come alang yer jaw," and thus admonished John was at once silent.
On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to admonished, such as: exhort, enjoin, scold, chide, berate, and warn.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.