Colonel Cathcart was stung by the blunt rebuke and skulked guiltily about his room in smarting repudiation.
Nately protested with passion that was both a plea and a rebuke.
Someone at Twenty-seventh Air Force Headquarters had it in for him and sent back every report he wrote with a blistering rebuke, and Colonel Korn had bribed a clever mail clerk there named Wintergreen to try to find out who it was.
The mere word was anathema to him, and he stormed back and forth in excoriating condemnation, shaking a piercing finger of rebuke in the guilt-ridden faces of Colonel Cathcart, Colonel Korn and the poor battle-scarred captain with the submachine gun who commanded the M.P.s.
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She was stung by the rebuke.
Jesus rebuked Peter, stating "all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword."
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