Upbraid in a Sentence  🔉

Definition of Upbraid

to harshly criticize

Examples of Upbraid in a sentence

1. Without a doubt, my parents are going to upbraid me for not passing any of my classes this semester. 🔉

2. Jim will often upbraid his wife for spending too much money at the mall. 🔉

3. Since Chad has already appeared in court twice for the same offense, he is expecting the judge to upbraid him before giving out a lengthy sentence. 🔉

4. The police officer did not hesitate to upbraid the man for driving without insurance. 🔉

5. Because my daughter had already wrecked her car, I did not upbraid her for driving recklessly. 🔉

6. Our fussy supervisor has a quick temper and will upbraid us about the smallest of things. 🔉

7. When Jack failed to meet his sales quota, he knew his boss was going to upbraid him about his lack of effort. 🔉

8. As long as I have a mother-in-law to point out my flaws, I never have to upbraid myself. 🔉

9. Ginger is afraid of her husband so she will only upbraid his faults when he is not present.  🔉

10. As soon as the doctor arrives, he is going to upbraid the nurse for not taking proper care of the patient. 🔉

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