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Definition of "rebukes" []

  • To scold or reprimand (someone) (verb)
  • A reprimand or scolding (noun)
  • Plural form of rebuke. (noun)

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Use "rebukes" in a sentence
  • "Turning his attention to international issues, McCain rebukes Russia."
  • "That has brought rebukes from the mayors of Phoenix and Tucson."
  • "Unhappily he was licentious in the extreme, and set an example of corruption of manners, bearing with no rebukes from the strict old Huguenots who had brought him to the throne."