reprimand (Meaning)

Wordnet

reprimand (n)

an act or expression of criticism and censure

Wordnet

reprimand (v)

rebuke formally

censure severely or angrily

Webster

reprimand (n.)

Severe or formal reproof; reprehension, private or public.

To reprove severely; to reprehend; to chide for a fault; to consure formally.

To reprove publicly and officially, in execution of a sentence; as, the court ordered him to be reprimanded.

reprimand Sentence Examples

  1. The manager reprimanded the employee for their unprofessional behavior.
  2. The teacher reprimanded the student for talking out of turn in class.
  3. The captain reprimanded the sailor for disobeying orders.
  4. The supervisor reprimanded the worker for failing to meet the deadline.
  5. The parent reprimanded the child for throwing a temper tantrum.
  6. The coach reprimanded the player for poor sportsmanship.
  7. The principal reprimanded the teacher for using inappropriate language in class.
  8. The judge reprimanded the lawyer for misconduct during the trial.
  9. The boss reprimanded the intern for making a series of mistakes.
  10. The professor reprimanded the student for plagiarism.

FAQs About the word reprimand

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endorsement, commendation, indorsement, praise, indorsement, commendation, tribute, tribute,citation, honor

The manager reprimanded the employee for their unprofessional behavior.

The teacher reprimanded the student for talking out of turn in class.

The captain reprimanded the sailor for disobeying orders.

The supervisor reprimanded the worker for failing to meet the deadline.