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In a bad way, by the people who worked in the restaurants who upbraided her for being the reason their dining rooms emptied out during what was supposed to be the dinner rush.
PANDEMIC TV HERO LORRAINE BRACCO ON WHY ‘THE SOPRANOS’ WAS A QUARANTINE HIT AND THAT HOUSE IN SICILY SHE BOUGHT FOR A BUCKJESSICA M. GOLDSTEINAPRIL 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Be ashamed of upbraiding speeches before friends: and after thou hast given, upbraid not.
THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
Animated by the subject, we talked a little too loud, and the sentinels began to upbraid us.
MY TEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENTSILVIO PELLICO
Shall we upbraid women with folly, when it is only the error of this inhuman custom that hindered them being made wiser?
AN ESSAY UPON PROJECTSDANIEL DEFOE
Nor upbraid thou me upon the meditated breach of vows so repeatedly made.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 6 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
If you still continue to upbraid me, I shall be obliged to retaliate on you, and cry, Whig vous mme.
LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF DAVID HUME, VOLUME II (OF 2)JOHN HILL BURTON
They began to loathe it, to upbraid its steadfastness with spoken curses or unrestrained tears.
THE PILLAR OF LIGHTLOUIS TRACY
Kuru maids for fair Draupadi fortune's fitful will upbraid, And their tear-dewed lotus-faces with their streaming fingers shade!
MAHA-BHARATAANONYMOUS
Vainly did his soul upbraid him and warn him not to trust the beacon—to fly from its alluring light and cast aside its spell.
THE DREAMERMARY NEWTON STANARD
The more candid would upbraid him and attempt conciliation: the more tactful would be sympathetic.
THIRTYHOWARD VINCENT O'BRIEN
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO UPBRAID

  • bawl out
  • blister
  • call down
  • castigate
  • censure
  • chew
  • chew out
  • chide
  • cuss out
  • eat out
  • give one hell
  • give what for
  • jaw
  • jump all over
  • rail at
  • rake over the coals
  • rate
  • rebuke
  • reprimand
  • reproach
  • reprove
  • revile
  • scold
  • scorch
  • tell off
  • tongue-lash
  • upbraid
  • vituperate
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