scolding (Meaning)

Wordnet

scolding (n)

rebuking a person harshly

Webster

scolding (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Scold

Webster

scolding ()

a. & n. from Scold, v.

scolding Sentence Examples

  1. The teacher scolded the student for talking in class.
  2. The mother scolded her child for misbehaving.
  3. The boss scolded the employee for making a mistake.
  4. The coach scolded the team for losing the game.
  5. The parent scolded the pet dog for chewing on the furniture.
  6. The judge scolded the witness for lying.
  7. The politician scolded the opponent for spreading false rumors.
  8. The pastor scolded the congregation for not attending church.
  9. The doctor scolded the patient for not taking their medication.
  10. The friend scolded the other friend for forgetting their birthday.

FAQs About the word scolding

rebuking a person harshlyof Scold, a. & n. from Scold, v.

lash, punishment, tongue-lashing, admonition, rap, castigation,talking-to, criticism, chastisement, remonstrance

citation, indorsement, honor, commendation, indorsement, commendation, acclamation, tribute, praise, approval

The teacher scolded the student for talking in class.

The mother scolded her child for misbehaving.

The boss scolded the employee for making a mistake.

The coach scolded the team for losing the game.