Admonish in a Sentence


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Admonish - Definition


to scold; to warn strongly

Use Admonish in a sentence



Do not admonish him for being gay!


I hope my boss does not admonish me for being late.


Cops can admonish anyone who goes over the speed limit.


Stewart is going to admonish the restaurant for poor customer service.


Critics always admonish me for my pitchy singing.

Instead of applauding Jake for that poorly written speech, admonish him.


My drama teacher would admonish students for repeatedly forgetting the lines.


Admonish Kimberly for leaving crumbs all over the place!


How am I not going to admonish you for misbehaving at school?


Dad is going to admonish you for not doing the chores.


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Admonish synonyms


scold, berate, tell off, discourage, condemn, warn, caution, reprove, disapprove, denounce




Admonish antonyms


applaud, praise, commend, thank, congratulate, compliment