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chastise
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The Giver
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  • It was a minor rule, rather like rudeness, punishable only by gentle chastisement.
    p.27.4
  • Lily, he decided, would have to learn that soon, or she would be called in for chastisement because of her insensitive chatter.
    p.20.9
  • He waited for his father to chastise Lily.
    p.20.2
  • Fritz was a very awkward child who had been summoned for chastisement again and again.
    p.45.9
  • He kept turning his head and glancing back at Jonas until the group leader had to give him a silent chastisement, a motion to sit still and face forward.
    p.53.6
  • Jonas said the standard phrase automatically, and tried to pay better attention while his mother told of a dream fragment, a disquieting scene where she had been chastised for a rule infraction she didn’t understand.
    p.34.8
  • We hoped, also, that he would present himself promptly for chastisement, and he has always done so.
    p.62.6
  • Jonas remembered, suddenly and grimly, the time in his childhood when he had been chastised for misusing a word.
    p.173.9
  • They would think him inconsiderate and they would plan to chastise him, later.
    p.159.8
  • "In fact," the Chief Elder continued, chuckling a little herself, "we even gave a little thought to some retroactive chastisement for the one who had been Asher’s Instructor of Threes so long ago.
    p.54.5

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  • She said the United Nations resolution amounted to chastising Israel for wanting to exist.
  • She chastised him for his insensitive remarks.

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