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


But as men will, he bullied these misgivings and upbraidings into submission.

But the reproaches and upbraidings recommenced when he returned in the evenings.

She said little in response to Kathleen's explanations, her pleading or her upbraidings.

But its upbraidings were not accepted unquestionably by Angelina, as they had been by Sarah.

I hope the evil is not so oppressive as to make you very loud in your upbraidings.

Doctor Mandelet paid no attention to Madame Ratignolle's upbraidings.

Hence your upbraidings and your chidings, when I began to totter.

They pierced his heart more acutely than the fiercest of the upbraidings and denunciations of his old companions.

He laid his account with complaints and upbraidings, and, upon the whole, boded no great good from this domiciliary visit.

I bore up against the upbraidings of my deluder, and found a Maria in my masters daughter.