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1. Admonish was borrowed in the 14th century (via Anglo-French) from Vulgar Latin admonestare, which is itself an alteration of the Latin verb admonēre, meaning "to warn." Admonēre, in turn, was formed by the combination of the prefix ad- and monēre, "to warn."
2. Admonish definition, to caution, advise, or counsel against something
3. Admonish implies the giving of advice or a warning in order to rectify or avoid something: "A gallows erected on an eminence Admonished the offenders of the …
4. The definition of Admonish means to let someone know that you are not happy with his or her actions or to scold a person. To reprimand a child who is behaving badly is an example of Admonish.
5. Some common synonyms of Admonish are chide, rebuke, reprimand, reproach, and reprove. While all these words mean "to criticize adversely," Admonish suggests earnest or friendly warning and counsel
6. Admonished by my parents to control expenses Where would rebuke be …
7. If you want to show someone you're not happy with his behavior, Admonish him
8. Coming to English through Old French from the Latin admonere "to advise, remind," Admonish …
9. Find 45 ways to say Admonish, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
10. Ecclesiastes 4:13 View whole chapter See verse in context Better is a poor and a wise child than an old and foolish king, who will no more be Admonish ed
11. Ecclesiastes 12:12 View whole chapter See verse in context And further, by these, my son, be Admonish ed: of making many books there is no end; and much study is a weariness of the flesh
12. Admonish (13 Occurrences) Acts 20:31 Therefore watch, remembering that for a period of three years I didn't cease to Admonish everyone night and day with tears
13. The Crossword Solver found 58 answers to the Admonish crossword clue
14. To warn someone not to do something, usually in a kind way, or to tell someone to do something: His mother Admonished him for eating too quickly.
15. 3560 /nouthetéō ("Admonish through instruction") especially appeals to the mind, supplying doctrinal and spiritual substance (content)
16. Admonish To instruct; advise; warn
17. Now when much time was spent, and when sailing was now dangerous, because the fast was now already past, Paul Admonish ED them, And said unto them, Sirs, I perceive that this voyage will be with hurt and much damage, not …
18. Admonish 1. To indicate duties or obligations. To express warning or disapproval to ecspecially in a gentle, earnest, or solicitious manner.
19. Admonish ADMON'ISH, verb transitive [Latin admoneo, ad and moneo, to teach, warn, Admonish ] 1. To warn or notify of a fault; to reprove with mildness.
20. Admonish implies the giving of advice or a warning in order to rectify or avoid something: "A gallows erected on an eminence Admonished the offenders of the …
21. Crossword Clue The crossword clue Admonish with 4 letters was last seen on the January 06, 2021.We think the likely answer to this clue is WARN.Below are all possible answers to this clue ordered by its rank
22. Amonestar When the player committed an illegal play, he was Admonished by the referee.Cuando el jugador hizo una jugada ilegal, el árbitro lo amonestó.
23. Examples of Admonish in a sentence
24. Because my kids were running around the store, knocking over merchandise, I had to Admonish them
25. 🔊 Finally, Drew had to Admonish his employees to arrive on time for work, warning them of the consequences if they arrived late tomorrow
26. Nouns for Admonish include Admonisher, Admonishers, Admonishing, Admonishings, Admonishment, Admonishments, admonition, admonitioner, admonitioners, admonitions
27. The nurse Admonished the patient for not eating her dinner.
28. ‘When Stephen King won the National Book Award he used the opportunity to Admonish critics for not reading more John Grisham.’ ‘He publicly criticised the Government's non-performance, and Admonished the police and the judiciary for their inability to produce significant results in …
29. To tell someone severely that they have done something wrong Admonish somebody for (doing) something The witness was Admonished for failing to answer the question
30. —Admonishment noun [ countable] → See Verb table Examples from the Corpus Admonish • No wonder I was constantly Admonished by my father to summon all my meager spiritual resources and be on my best behavior.
31. Dictionary entry overview: What does Admonish mean? • Admonish (verb) The verb Admonish has 3 senses:
32. Take to task Familiarity information: Admonish used as a verb is uncommon.
33. Synonyms for Admonish include reprimand, chide, rebuke, censure, reprove, berate, scold, upbraid, reproach and castigate
34. To Admonish people about their sins certainly is a very delicate matter
35. If you Admonish someone, you tell them very seriously that they have done something wrong.
36. Finally, believers, we ask and Admonish you in the Lord Jesus, that you follow the instruction that you received from us about how you ought to walk and please God (just as you are actually doing) and that you excel even more and more [pursuing a life of purpose and living in a way that expresses gratitude to God for your salvation].
37. Admonish a friend: for many times it is a slander, and believe not every tale
38. Ecclesiasticus 19:17 View whole chapter See verse in context Admonish thy neighbour before thou threaten him; and not being angry, give place to the law of the most High.
39. The nurse Admonished the patient for not eating her dinner.
40. Admonish your friends in private, praise them in public
41. Admonish your friends privately, but praise them openly
42. The ethics committee may take a decision to Admonish him or to censure him
43. Admonish somebody (for something/for doing something) + speech to tell somebody strongly and clearly that you do not approve of something that they have done synonym reprove She was Admonished for chewing gum in class.
44. A: Admonish is a reaction to an action that has been completed - it means to scold or criticize someone's behavior (after they have done it)
45. ‘When Stephen King won the National Book Award he used the opportunity to Admonish critics for not reading more John Grisham.’ ‘He publicly criticised the Government's non-performance, and Admonished the police and the judiciary for their inability to produce significant results in …
46. Admonish - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
47. Admonish one another in psalms and hymns
48. Moses was Admonished of God, when he was about to make the tabernacle
49. KJV Dictionary Definition: Admonish Admonish
50. Admoneo, ad and moneo, to teach, warn, Admonish
51. Count him not as an enemy, but Admonish him as a brother
52. The question is always who may Admonish whom.: Mais qui est en droit d' exhorter qui, là est toujours la question
53. It is necessary to Admonish men of these
54. Definition and synonyms of Admonish from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
55. This is the British English definition of Admonish.View American English definition of Admonish.
56. "Admonish" is a gentle warning, usually coupled with advice.:
57. Admonish To instruct; advise; warn
58. Now when much time was spent, and when sailing was now dangerous, because the fast was now already past, Paul Admonish ED them, And said unto them, Sirs, I perceive that this voyage will be with hurt and much damage, not …
59. 1 Admonish somebody (for something/for doing something) + speech to tell someone firmly that you do not approve of something that they have done synonym reprove She was Admonished for chewing gum in class
60. 2 Admonish somebody (to do something) to strongly advise someone to do something A warning voice Admonished him not to let this happen.
61. Admonish definition: If you Admonish someone, you tell them very seriously that they have done something wrong Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
62. Admonish [sb] for doing [sth] v expr verbal expression: Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end." (reprimand for doing) amonestar a alguien por hacer algo loc verb locución verbal : Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como verbo ("sacar fuerzas de