It was good to see the loving look that reproved and repaid him.
If reproved, she would reply with a flood of injurious words.
He propped himself against a wall and reproved his tormentors in Latin.
Not that he spoke—Charley could never have reproved even a child.
Go home and be lectured and advised and reproved by every woman in the village?
The name of angel is given to the prophet Nathan, who reproved David for his sin.
"It is our wish to hear this lady out, Mr. Trenchard," the Duke reproved him.
The strange voice jumped in on the heels of hers, as if it felt it ought to be reproved.
"Don't swear at me, young man," reproved the lawyer, mildly.
Easie Haggart, his maid-servant, reproved him at the breakfast-table.