admonish


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  • verb

Synonyms for admonish

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Synonyms

Synonyms for admonish

to notify (someone) of imminent danger or risk

Synonyms for admonish

admonish or counsel in terms of someone's behavior

warn strongly

Related Words

take to task

References in periodicals archive ?
PAUL'S wise advice to the Thessalonians has these words: "Respect those who work among you and who preside over you in the Lord and admonish you.
Sheriff Craig Caldwell told the man he would admonish him because a fine would only hurt his other two children.
But he agreed to admonish Philips, of John's Place, Leith, after reading two "glowing" character references.
In addition, Council approved the other proposal allowing PEEC to admonish a member when other sanctions are not appropriate to the circumstances; this proposal became effective with Council's approval.
A SHERIFF'S decision to admonish a young doctor who admitted downloading child porn may be appealed by the Crown.
WASHINGTON - With billions of dollars in federal spending and major homeland defense issues still undecided, local House members have still found time to officially welcome the Queen of Thailand, propose a national holiday honoring American Indians and admonish Iranians to be civil to one another.
In view of the good behaviour in the interim and what has been said, I will admonish you.
Adams did not recuse herself but rather voted along with the other four board members to admonish herself.
A circular was issued 10 days ago, asking policemen to admonish couples found at secluded spots and send them home.
But please ladies, before you admonish the chap who's just called you dear, have a quick look at him, access the body language.
Sheriff Robert Mc-Creadie said: "Because of the stress that no doubt existed in the break-up of your relationship I'm prepared to admonish you.