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Sir, believe me upon my relation,—for what I tell you the world shall not reprove.
Thy own wickedness shall reprove thee, and thy apostasy shall rebuke thee.
To reprove or speak sharply to a servant before your guests, manifests a shocking want of good breeding.
You see, my mother is a Quakeress, and when my father wished to reprove me he uses the plain speech.
THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
These opinions seemed so wicked to the good Puritans that they called him up before their Council to reprove him.
THE STORY OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIESH. A. (HLNE ADELINE) GUERBER
Napoleon himself did not reprove Betsy for her rudeness, but Mr. Balcombe was disturbed and angry when he heard of it.
He not only did not reprove her for the destruction of the claret, but forgave her for her offence against Napoleon.
Matt's conscience didn't reprove him for what he had done, but he couldn't help looking at the other side of the picture.
Nor do I intend here to reprove him, or to lessen his glory.
Orso, though secretly somewhat annoyed by her peroration, was too much alarmed to reprove her, even in the mildest fashion.
COLUMBAPROSPER MERIMEE

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