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

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The son said that his father used to scold him often.
In another incident, a man killed his brother after he scolded him, police said.
Scold Alarm goes beyond traditional alarm clocks in its ability to get you up.
By the late 19th century, the Stafford scold's bridle was considered more of historic curiosity than a form of punishment.
The mayor, at the end of his tether over the constant heckling, called for the "Scold's Bridle".
In the Roundup: Ted Cruz steals the headlines at the Republican National Convention for not endorsing Donald Trump, and several conservatives scold him for failing to unite the party.
"Isn't their instructor going to scold them now?" I asked imagining a large man standing over the sleeping cadets and asking them, "Why are you sleeping like that Mr.
Story asserts that Edwards was a "scold." His "hellfire and brimstone" sermons focused on the internal torment of the soul and the eternal damnation of hell, which is best exemplified by Edwards's most famous sermon, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God."
He understands and does not scold or condemn when we fall short and fail.
Disappointed, Aleks Bukarski estimates for Dnevnik that the Greek nation, unlike us Macedonians, has not forgotten to scold owners and employers for exploiting and robbing them.
Nevertheless, Bardsley fails to produce convincing evidence to back up her assertion that the most decisive factor in scold prosecution was the presence of local elites, "who--for a variety of reasons--were personally invested in scold prosecution" (114).
If I had the opportunity to scold as our authors do, I would say that I wish teacher-librarians would booktalk great nonfiction titles every time that a unit of instruction comes into the school library.
The middle chapters focused on what makes adults scold, the effect of scolding, and which children are scolded the most.
Yankelovich isn't simply an outside scold with no appreciation of the challenges in executive suites and boardrooms.
The scold's bridle is one of an array of objects from the town's past which are held in the building opposite the Market Place.