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- v. Second-person singular simple present form of rebuke.
Thou rebukest me, O king, saying, 'Though engaged with another, I have yet been maimed by thee.'
Although thou knowest Hrishikesa and myself well, how is it that thou rebukest us thus?
Of wicked understanding as thou art, thou rebukest, however, my brave uncle from malice.
Timorous men thou rebukest: _Why are ye fearful, O ye of little faith?
"Thou rebukest, O Hilda, too tauntingly, the pride of Godwin's house, when thou givest to his homely son the ceremonial of a king.
My God and my Jesus, my Lord and my Christ, my strength and my salvation, I hear thee, and I hearken to thee, when thou rebukest thy disciples, for rebuking them who brought children to thee; _Suffer little children to come to me_, sayest thou. [
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