She also admits that the word scold
(of Germanic origin) had numerous Latin variants, including litigatrix.
On March 9, pre-eminent public scold
Michele Landsberg (a.
They will threaten me and scold
me and ask why I didn't take the cyanide.
In his Times piece, Sullivan, an editor at The New Republic (and a conservative homosexual known for his Thatcherite economic views), maintains that the new breed of moralist -- the scold
about which he writes -- is "inherently pessimistic.
While I am preparing the garden for fall planting, an extremely brave squirrel comes near to scold
me for digging up his acorns.
She asserted that she is sure that her mother is going to scold
her for wearing a top that showed her bra while she was coming out of a restaurant in London.
In December Chan told the Southern People Weekly that China should introduce measures to curb rights to protest in of Hong Kong, because people in the former UK colony are allowed to "scold
the leaders, scold
anything, and protest against anything".
could get her way by wearing people down, while a suspected witch could gain considerable deference by scaring them.
It was probably Henry Chettle who scolded
Shakespeare (in England's Mourning Garment) for not mourning, in print, Elizabeth's death, but this scold
fell on deaf ears: Shakespeare may well have felt that only a fool writes for nothing, or (what may be the same thing) for the dead.
Her father, Sabeer, an apparel shop owner, refused to file any complaint against the teacher saying she had every right to scold
if his daughter was making a mistake.
The action star lamented that Hong Kong has become a city of protest, where people "scold
the leaders, scold
anything, protest against anything.
In fact Blotkamp's treatment of the theosophical issue mainly concerns Mondrian's earlier work (up until the grotesque Evolution of 1911), and, if anything, one could scold
him for failing to deliver on his promise to demonstrate the continuing importance of this religious pseudoscience for Mondrian's later production.
Aquino is known to use anniversary speeches to scold
not only governmental agencies but also private companies and organizations.
European Union finance ministers scold
Ireland for its pro-growth policies.
Gary Payton didn't wag a single finger, scold
any reporters or issue the litany of ``I told you so'' answers most probably expected to hear late Sunday afternoon.