- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of admonish.
“Every time I walk into the precinct, his name admonishes me from the board.”
“The word admonishes us to touch not my anointed and do my prophet no harm.”
“The panel "admonishes" Kozinski for failing to take safeguards to prevent the sexually explicit material from being distributed publicly:”
“David admonishes the teens, "Asking a person to share his or her life is a sacred responsibility.”
“We must waken, Muske-Dukes admonishes, to our need to empathize, to overcome our great human tendency to forget, to distance, to protect ourselves from the conditions of others, to things happening elsewhere, something that is perhaps most dangerously possible in language.”
“The camera pans next to Winfrey, who admonishes "Now Dave, be nice!" and then to Leno, sitting on on the other side of Winfrey who says "Aw, he's just sayin 'that because I'm here!”
“The American Bar Association's Rule 3.6, for example, admonishes lawyers against making "an extrajudicial statement that the lawyer knows or reasonably should know" will prejudice a legal proceeding.”
“Therefore, Jerome admonishes: "Remain firmly attached to the traditional doctrine that you have been taught, so that you can preach according to right doctrine and refute those who contradict it" (Ep. 52, 7).”
“For instance, he admonishes one questioner that “[p] erhaps you have trouble understanding why fixing to is improper because — dislike it though you may — it is not improper; it is, as you say, Southern.””
“Heidi admonishes Bert that he is very lucky that he has immunity this week.”
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