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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Also, she chastises others for being "the worst gift-givers."
MISS MANNERS: SHE’S ‘BEST’ AT GIVING GIFTS BUT STINKS AT RECEIVING THEMJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINFEBRUARY 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Houston confronted the host about constantly making her a hot topic, and chastised Williams once she asked about the singer’s alleged drug use and parental issues.
The statement came a few days after Musk publicly chastised the FAA for getting in the company’s way as it develops and tests the Starship prototype, the spacecraft SpaceX hopes to fly to the moon and Mars.
Everywhere I turn, teachers unions are being chastised as self-interested, lazy obstructers of reopening.
Had you not been loved, you never would have been chastised—you would never have become an obedient and willing child.
Yet I do not think that anyone could complain if the more flagrant offenders were chastised.
Their incursions were frequently repelled and chastised, but their country was never subdued.
The people were so chastised by divers calamities, that the country was depopulated, and became like a wilderness.
By this means his brother was occasionally chastised in his place, while he escaped unpunished.
Because a few of the loyally-disposed may suffer wrong are the rebels therefore not to be chastised?

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