rebuker
noun see rebuke I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • rebuke — rebukable, adj. rebuker, n. rebukingly, adv. /ri byoohk /, v., rebuked, rebuking, n. v.t. 1. to express sharp, stern disapproval of; reprove; reprimand. n. 2. sharp, stern disapproval; reproof; reprimand. [1275 1325; ME rebuken (v.) < AF rebuker… …   Universalium

  • rebuke — verb criticize or reprimand sharply. noun a sharp reprimand or criticism. Derivatives rebuker noun Origin ME: from Anglo Norman Fr. and Old North. Fr. rebuker, from re back, down + bukier to beat …   English new terms dictionary

  • rebuke — /rəˈbjuk / (say ruh byoohk) verb (t) (rebuked, rebuking) 1. to reprove or reprimand. –noun 2. a reproof; a reprimand. {Middle English, from Anglo French rebuker, variant of Old French rebuchier beat back} –rebukeable, adjective –rebuker, noun …   Australian English dictionary

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