Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of admonition.

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Examples

  • To act against their admonitions is to risk excommunication and possibly damnation.

    The Market as God

  • To act against their admonitions is to risk excommunication and possibly damnation.

    The Market as God

  • To the censure of Collier, whose remarks may be rather termed admonitions than criticisms, he makes little reply; being, at the age of sixty-eight, attentive to better things than the claps of a playhouse.

    Lives of the Poets, Volume 1

  • But Moses, if we may credit reports, was something far more inspired and illumined than a mere physical culturist -- commendable as is personal cleanliness -- and his admonitions were the result of that fine sense of discrimination and enlightenment which comes from cosmic perception even if he had not experienced the deeper, fuller realization of liberation, of which Buddha is a shining example.

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • Several hundred voices were calling admonitions, promises, farewells.

    The House Without a Key

  • Several hundred voices were calling admonitions, promises, farewells.

    The House Without a Key

  • She did not deny that she loved him, but perhaps Gaetano would not be able to find the words of love, they were so buried in admonitions.

    The Miracles of Antichrist: A Novel

  • Coach Wooden's words of wisdom are old-fashioned and homespun; they're the kind of admonitions we remember our grandparents giving us.

    Mary Daily: Wooden's Creed

  • My efforts to cover Communist Europe from Warsaw met with indifferent success and brought admonitions from the Polish Foreign Ministry that, much as the presence of CBS in Warsaw was appreciated, reporting from there on other socialist countries might disturb Poland’s relations with these countries.

    Staying Tuned

  • My efforts to cover Communist Europe from Warsaw met with indifferent success and brought admonitions from the Polish Foreign Ministry that, much as the presence of CBS in Warsaw was appreciated, reporting from there on other socialist countries might disturb Poland’s relations with these countries.

    Staying Tuned

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