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rebuked

verb , past tense of rebuke

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1 to criticize (someone) so as to correct a fault
  • the father was forced to rebuke his son for the spendthrift ways he had adopted since arriving at college
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3 to express public or formal disapproval of
  • in a rare move, the state's supreme court rebuked the governor for trying to circumvent one of its recent rulings
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