Thesaurus / reprimand
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
It’s therefore likely that Pack and his team will leave government before receiving any reprimands.
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The board of overseers sanctioned Mason for unprofessional conduct in 2009 for exposing himself to both women, giving him one of its lowest public sanctions — a reprimand.
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Browder said in a deposition for the case that he faced no internal reprimands or discipline, and that the shooting didn’t even come up in his yearly performance review.
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According to The Associated Press, 16 of the complaints were “closed with no discipline” and two letters of reprimand were issued for Chauvin related to the other cases.
But I did not hear what reprimand, if any, had actually been lodged against them.
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Dr. Whitman gave the Chiefs a reprimand, and called it thieving, and demanded that they send back everything they had taken.
HOW MARCUS WHITMAN SAVED OREGONOLIVER W. NIXON
"She've grieved hersilf sick over ye," said Maggie, unable to forbear this much of a reprimand now that the sinner was found.
The angry pianist herself evidently wished to reprimand the importunate visitor who came at such a late hour.
THE AWAKENINGLEO NIKOLEYEVICH TOLSTOY
And so esteemed was he of the officers of the law that even this interference did but procure a reprimand.
A BOOK OF SCOUNDRELSCHARLES WHIBLEY
Before his father could reprimand him further, he disappeared in the direction of the boathouse.
GUILT OF THE BRASS THIEVESMILDRED A. WIRT
WORDS RELATED TO REPRIMAND
- shouting match
- dress down
- give a talking-to
- jump on
- keep aft
- lay down the law
- light into
- put down
- rake over the coals
- take to task
- tell off
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