The President again briefly, but impressively, admonished him to answer only what was asked, and not to go off into irrelevant exclamations.
"Before you talk of a historical event like the foundation of a nationality, you must first understand what you mean by it," he admonished him in stern, incisive tones.
"Prisoner, be careful in your language," the President admonished him.
"Then we are admonished that our tribune is a tribune of true and sound ideas and from this tribune of ’sound ideas’ is heard a solemn declaration that to call the murder of a father ’parricide’ is nothing but a prejudice!
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He admonished the child for his bad behavior
"Harald asks the questions here," a man’s gruff voice admonished.
Katherine Applegate -- Everworld - Search For Senna