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Definition of "chastiser" [chas•tis•er]

  • Someone who chastises (noun)

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Use "chastiser" in a sentence
  • "Hellas; but Athens was the greatest of them all — the avenger of Argos, the chastiser of Thebes, the patron of those who founded"
  • "Perhaps God, the chastiser of his children and the one who shines the light on what is secret, is forcing him to deal with these things by bringing them out of the background to the foreground of his life."
  • "Indeed, if it depended on the better classes, the confederates would be put to death without trial and with violence; while the commons were their refuge and the chastiser of these men."