chastised

[ chas-tahyz, chas-tahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF chastised
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The children never require to be chastised and are very obedient.

Perhaps there was sometimes too much blood in their eye when they chastised you.

I have chastised him, as he deserves, and thrown his whip overboard.

He chastised the frailties of others, but must be the victim of his own.

In addressing the czar, they said, "Order me not to be chastised; order me to speak a word!"

I took this as a direct disproof of his having really been chastised.

The one who punished suffered, not the one who was chastised.

If some people have been chastised with whips, they pine after scorpions.

I would have called the fellow out and chastised him to your heart's content!

I believe he had also learnt, that it was I who had chastised the Bully Larkin!

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