admonition

[ ad-muh-nish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF admonition

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADMONITION

The Trainer's admonition seemed like a cry to a cyclone, as void of usefulness.

I felt it was so thoughtful of him to give me this admonition.

The physician said a little in the way of reproof and admonition, and left me.

With that she recalled her mother's admonition, and went upstairs to Walter's door.

I complied with the admonition, and was able to say that I liked Doctorberger.

The soul always hears an admonition in such lines, let the subject be what it may.

But modesty cannot be implanted by admonition only—the elders must set the example.

It was from Aunt Anna, and was full of severe reproof and admonition.

“But you would not do that,” she continued, heedless of his admonition.

There was a time when I should scarcely have required the admonition you have given me.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ADMONITION

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