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used in The 100

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to criticize someone by telling them what they did wrong — often in a formal manner
  • Bellamy ran down the walkway, ignoring his neighbors' grumbles and the empty threats of the guards he knew were too lazy to chase a remarkably fast nine-year-old just to issue a reprimand.
    p. 275.5

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