chiding

  • 1 chiding — index condemnation (blame), critical (faultfinding), criticism, denunciation, diatribe, disapprobation …

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  • 2 chiding — noun A scolding …

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  • 3 chiding — tʃaɪd v. scold, quarrel, tease …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 4 chiding — noun rebuking a person harshly • Syn: ↑scolding, ↑objurgation, ↑tongue lashing • Derivationally related forms: ↑objurgate (for: ↑objurgation), ↑scold ( …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 5 pooh\ berries — chiding, delightful nonsense; commerating frakenberries the delightful cereal with the wonderful marshmallow treats Your excuses for life are all pooh berries. Stop whining and start doing …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 6 pooh\ berries — chiding, delightful nonsense; commerating frakenberries the delightful cereal with the wonderful marshmallow treats Your excuses for life are all pooh berries. Stop whining and start doing …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 7 ga'o'wing —  chiding. Exm …

    A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • 8 List of Biblical names — This is a list of names from the Bible, mainly taken from the 19th century public domain resource: : Hitchcock s New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible by Roswell D. Hitchcock, New York: A. J. Johnson, 1874, c1869.Each name is given with its …

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  • 9 chide — [c]/tʃaɪd / (say chuyd) verb (chided or chid, chided or chid or chidden, chiding) –verb (i) 1. to scold; find fault. –verb (t) 2. to express disapproval of. 3. Obsolete to drive, impel, etc., by chiding. {Middl …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 10 Reproof — Re*proof (r? pr??f ), n. [OE. reproef. See {Proof}, {Reprove}.] 1. Refutation; confutation; contradiction. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. An expression of blame or censure; especially, blame expressed to the face; censure for a fault; chiding; reproach …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 11 Harlan Ellison — (1986) Born Harlan Jay Ellison May 27, 1934 (1934 05 27) (age 77) Cleveland, Ohio …

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  • 12 Chiddingstone — Coordinates: 51°11′10″N 0°08′54″E / 51.186090°N 0.148450°E / 51.186090; 0.148450 …

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  • 13 Loke Cheng Kim — Born Lim Cheng Kim (Chinese: 林淑佳; pinyin: Lín ShūJiā) 5 May 1895 Penang, Malaysia …

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  • 14 chide — chider, n. chidingly, adv. /chuyd/, v., chided or chid /chid/, chided or chid or chidden /chid n/, chiding. v.t. 1. to express disapproval of; scold; reproach: The principal chided the children for their thoughtless pranks. 2. to harass, nag,… …

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  • 15 Elizabeth of Hungary, Saint — born 1207, probably Pressburg, Hung. died Nov. 17, 1231, Marburg, Thuringia; canonized 1235; feast day November 17 Princess of Hungary canonized for her devotion to the poor. She married Louis IV of Thuringia, who died of plague in 1227 en route… …

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  • 16 Disapprobation — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Disapprobation >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 disapprobation disapprobation disapproval Sgm: N 1 improbation improbation Sgm: N 1 disesteem disesteem disvaluation displacency Sgm: N 1 odium odium Sgm: N 1 …

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  • 17 objurgation — noun rebuking a person harshly • Syn: ↑chiding, ↑scolding, ↑tongue lashing • Derivationally related forms: ↑objurgate, ↑scold (for: ↑scolding), ↑c …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 18 scolding — noun rebuking a person harshly • Syn: ↑chiding, ↑objurgation, ↑tongue lashing • Derivationally related forms: ↑objurgate (for: ↑objurgation), ↑scold, ↑ …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 19 tongue-lashing — noun rebuking a person harshly • Syn: ↑chiding, ↑scolding, ↑objurgation • Derivationally related forms: ↑objurgate (for: ↑objurgation), ↑scold ( …

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  • 20 Anthropopathic — An thro*po*path ic, Anthropopathical An thro*po*path ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to anthropopathy. [R.] {An thro*po*path ic*al*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster] The daring anthropopathic imagery by which the prophets often represent God as chiding,… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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