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a person, traditionally a woman, who persistently nags or criticizes

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On the other hand, an unrelenting scold like Neuhaus represents the diminishment of soul-logic.
The 34-year-old singer,who's dating F1 racer Lewis Hamilton, told the Sun that even though she is thirtysomething, her mother still calls and scolds her.
Note that in England and Scotland, scolds were generally women, Goodare, p.
I know, the lesbian scold is a familiar cultural icon, haranguing everyone else to give up red meat or perfume.
Now Miriam O'Callaghan has revealed that her mum still scolds her.
For nearly four decades, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has sold its ratings system--that G through NC-17 shorthand for vice and violence--as a way to guide parents and keep government scolds a safe distance from Hollywood Hills.
I read Rita Baum's letter "Likes Wiretapping" in the March 6, issue, in which she scolds THE NEW AMERICAN for being against unregulated wiretapping, and I would like to offer some food for thought.
He scolds most of the other conductors, especially Toscanini, for concentrating on German works.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-21 March 2002-Finnish centre party chairman scolds editors-in-chief (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Maybe the best feature of this book is its easy, conversational tone that never lectures or scolds but instructs much as a writing coach would.