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Synonyms for admonish



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

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take to task

References in classic literature ?
Come," admonished Ghek, and took her by the arm, and Tara of Helium came.
Don't be so glum," he admonished the former as he carried it toward the well; "smile
You'll have to remember a little better if you stay here," admonished Marilla.
Man does not stand in awe of man, nor is his genius admonished to stay at home, to put itself in communication with the internal ocean, but it goes abroad to beg a cup of water of the urns of other men.
Caratach, in Fletcher's Bonduca, when admonished to inquire the mind of the god Audate, replies,--
The shepherd however bit as my cry had admonished him; he bit with a strong bite
But yesterday, Edinburgh sheriff Pamela Bowman admonished the mother of three, who has now split with her cheating husband.
So come on girls, have a go at the young studs who quite rightly should be admonished, but cut us old boys a bit of slack, I'm trying.
admonished by the AICPA and the Wisconsin Institute of CPAs, effective Jan.
Iain Ramsay, who spent a weekend in custody in uniform, was admonished after a court heard it would allow him to keep his post at Perth Prison.
On the ``KTLA Morning News,'' entertainment reporter Sam Rubin, a frequent contributor to the ``Jamie, Jack and Stench'' show, told viewers Handel has been admonished in the past by management for allowing his kids to wander into White's show.
One of the most deeply religious men that I know has been admonished by the bishop of Toronto for participating in a same-sex marriage and as a result his licence to perform marriages in the diocese of Toronto has been suspended.
The transport ministry admonished 11 airport and government officials on Friday, including a supervisor for air traffic controllers, for instructing a passenger aircraft to land on a closed runway at Tokyo's busiest domestic airport last month when all 18 controllers on duty forgot it was closed for maintenance.
My late father, a chemist, always admonished me to beware of acetylene, propane, and ethane, as they were highly volatile.
Henry David Thoreau famously admonished that we too often lead lives of "quiet desperation.