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rebuke
used in Anne Of Green Gables

4 uses
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Definition
criticize severely; or such criticism
  • Then Marilla suddenly became aware of an uncomfortable and rebuking consciousness that she felt more humiliation over this than sorrow over the discovery of such a serious defect in Anne's disposition.
    Chapter 9 — Mrs. Rachel Lynde Is Properly Horrified (66% in)
  • "Anne Shirley!" said Marilla rebukingly.
    Chapter 11 — Anne's Impressions of Sunday-School (60% in)
  • "Why it's dreadfully wicked to swear," she said rebukingly.
    Chapter 12 — A Solemn Vow and Promise (61% in)
  • "Anne, you shouldn't say such things" rebuked Marilla, striving to overcome that unholy tendency to laughter which she was dismayed to find growing upon her.
    Chapter 16 — Diana Is Invited to Tea with Tragic Results (97% in)

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