admonitory

[ ad-mon-i-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF admonitory

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"See that she gets her tea, sir," she said in a low, admonitory voice to Anthony.

His daughter's voice, surprised and admonitory, came to him along the wire.

His spirits were too high to notice the admonitory note in her voice.

Deeply affecting and admonitory are some of the instances he records.

Phœbe, in an admonitory tone, suggested that she had seen the British Museum.

She took the girl's hand and emitted indefinite, admonitory sounds.

With her daughter she became motherly and admonitory in her official third person.

What an amount of infantile aberrations from propriety is the admonitory Paw-paw!

You take my tip, though,' he added, wagging an admonitory forefinger.

At first these editorial utterances were admonitory and critical.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ADMONITORY

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