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slash, lecture, upbraid, rap, let someone have it, reproval, censure, confab, reprehension, raise, chew out, reproof, berate, call on the carpet, cane, scold, conjure, rile, bother, admonish, denunciation, yack, annoy, chew up, crush, grumble, riot act, whip, admonish, praise, put down, chew the fat, chatter, bedevil, welt, frustrate, check, bawl out, dun, chitchat, lambast, ride, crucify, taunt, beat, invoke, flog, chiding, evoke, excoriation, underdress, strap, shell, irritate, rag, natter, claver, rebuke, gravel, impeach, yap away, talk, torment, lash, rattle on, chaffer, attack, chew, comment, nark, tease, lather, conjure up, point out, trounce, tax, arouse, bring up, reflection, blame, stricture, take to task, chat, stir, remonstrate, commination, rally, visit, bait, criticism, devil, yack away, masticate, manducate, criminate, upbraiding, beat out, disapproval, objurgation, get to, razz, put forward, denigrate, animadversion, chide, vex, lambaste, get at, incriminate, condemnation, nettle, gossip, jaw, call down, grouch, dress down, tantalize, call forth, find fault with, admonition, chafe, shoot the breeze, accuse, deride, cod, reprove, tantalise, chit-chat, confabulate, have words, vanquish, twit, chastise.
She learned faster than she could be taught; and her temper is so sweet, and her heart so affectionate, that I really do not remember that she has ever deserved a reprimand in her life." - "The Vicar of Wrexhill", Mrs [Frances] Trollope.
And Tommy, to his secret delight, got off with a very slight reprimand, for they were all so proud of the clever way in which they had rescued him that they forgave him for having allowed himself to be taken prisoner. - "A Tale of the Summer Holidays", G. Mockler.
reprimanded, reprisal, reprint, replicate, repugnant, repressed, reprinting, reprobate, shoe repairing.