chide (one) for (something)

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chide (one) for (something)

To reprimand or tease one about something. The other guys on the team chided him for missing that easy basket. Mom chided me for coming to the party without a gift.
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chide someone for something

to tease or scold someone for doing something. Maria chided Gerald for being late.
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they must be chided for simultaneously pursuing anti-business laws such as the living-wage ordinance for hotels that they passed Wednesday.
MODERN-DAY footballers are still regularly chided for their minimal working hours, amid all the old-fashioned stereotypes of finishing training at 12.
Italian consumers and retailers were chided for resisting the conversion from the lira to the euro.
The condition apparently passed by Thursday but not before O'Neal was lightly chided for his actions.
When Barsac Brasserie first opened in 1989, it was chided for not having a bottle of Barsac wine in the house.
Religious institutions are urged to reassert themselves into American life, while the Supreme Court is chided for trying to create ``a society sanitized of public religious influence.