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chiding

chahy ding

  • n  rebuking a person harshly
  • v  censure severely or angrily

  • Cosby was chiding a black audience about accepting responsibility.
  • Furthermore, she delighted in joining the others on stage in chiding Obama for his own remark about using force in Pakistan (for which she was notably booed).
  • KATHLEEN SEBELIUS, Health and Human Services Secretary, during a press conference, chiding NBC correspondent Chuck Todd for not sneezing in the bend of his arm, the proper way to .
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  • Mike Huckabee in Boston Globe (registration)
    Well, yesterday, he was chiding me,Huckabee said on CNN. "He said not to whine. Today, he's changed his position on whining, and today he's for whining. So once again, Mitt has been able to take both sides of all issues, including...
  • Kevin McCarthy in Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
    This is more of an enforcement mechanism, the gentle chiding of our committee chairs,said McCarthy.
  • Maureen Dowd in Slate
    She dialed back on proclaiming him "a gifted man, but in the end just a man," after New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, who has lots of advice for wives, wrote that some supporters "worried that her chiding was emasculating, casting her...

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