chastisement (Meaning)

Wordnet

chastisement (n)

verbal punishment

a rebuke for making a mistake

Webster

chastisement (n.)

The act of chastising; pain inflicted for punishment and correction; discipline; punishment.

chastisement Sentence Examples

  1. The public chastisement he received from his peers was humiliating.
  2. Her parents administered a stern chastisement when she failed to adhere to the household rules.
  3. The teacher's chastisement of the disruptive student was heard throughout the classroom.
  4. The team captain delivered a strong chastisement to the players for their lack of teamwork.
  5. He felt the chastisement of his conscience after lying to his friend.
  6. The CEO's public chastisement of the negligent employee served as a warning to others.
  7. The judge's chastisement of the defendant was swift and severe.
  8. She couldn't bear the chastisement of her colleagues after her mistake cost the company money.
  9. The coach's chastisement motivated the players to improve their performance.
  10. Despite the chastisement from her supervisor, she remained determined to excel in her job.

FAQs About the word chastisement

verbal punishment, a rebuke for making a mistakeThe act of chastising; pain inflicted for punishment and correction; discipline; punishment.

punishment, penalty, wrath, correction, discipline,castigation, comeuppance, sentence, nemesis, confinement

immunity, parole, exoneration, acquittal, pardon, vindication, parole, exemption,pardon, vindication

The public chastisement he received from his peers was humiliating.

Her parents administered a stern chastisement when she failed to adhere to the household rules.

The teacher's chastisement of the disruptive student was heard throughout the classroom.

The team captain delivered a strong chastisement to the players for their lack of teamwork.