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- adv. In a rebuking manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By way of rebuke.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a rebuking manner; by way of rebuke.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in the manner of someone delivering a rebuke
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It was disquieting, and all eyes centred upon him rebukingly.
One of them threw it back to show the groin; the leader, rebukingly, pulled it down again.
There were tears in her eyes as she addressed him rebukingly:
"You shouldn't make fun of things like that," she said rebukingly.
"The case is well developed -- you should have called me yesterday," said young Doc rebukingly.
"Wrong; you haven't been observing my directions," he rebukingly replied.
"There aren't any Turkish ladies there," uttered Miss Beecher rebukingly.
"She is a very respectable woman," said Mr. Dale, somewhat rebukingly.
"Hush!" says Molly, quickly, and, letting her hand fall lightly on his forehead, brings it slowly, slowly, over his eyes and down his face, until at length it rests upon his lips rebukingly.
"My dear Eleanor, why this excitement?" asked Mrs. Lorton rebukingly.