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Definition of "rebuked" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of rebuke. (verb)

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Use "rebuked" in a sentence
  • "The reason expressed ideas such as those from "Dumb Blonde" and others who support his position on woman and hunting, as well as "Rob from Illinois" and his ideas on property rights, must be swiftly and strongly rebuked is to help ensure that our children and grandchildren will always be able to enjoy the great sport of hunting."
  • "My father-in-law was rebuked, which is what the evil saucer was really after."
  • "What language shall we find then that is strong enough fitly to characterize the attitude of these so-called ministers of Christ, who in his name rebuked and derided the aspirations of a world weary of social wrong and seeking for a better way? ""
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