Rebuke Meaning in English | Simple Explanation | Simple Dictionary


Rebuke Meaning in English: In this article, the meaning of the word ‘Rebuke’ is explained in simple English with examples, along with its synonyms and antonyms.

Rebuke’ pronunciation= ri-byuk

Rebuke Meaning in English

If you ‘Rebuke’ somebody means you angrily criticize them or express your sharp disapproval of them (someone) because of objectionable things that someone else has done.

Rebuke is sharp or stern criticism.

Rebuke can be a ‘Noun’.

1. An act or expression of harsh criticism and disapproval.

2. Sharp negative response to something.

Rebuke can be a ‘Verb’.

1. To harshly criticize another person because of their objectionable thing, behavior, actions, or wrongdoing.

Rebuke- Noun
a harsh criticism
sharp criticism
sharp disapproval
A strong expression of disapproval
Rebuke- Verb 
to criticize harshly
criticize harshly to correct
sharp disapproval
to criticize a particular act

Rebuke-Example

The word ‘Rebuke’ can be ‘Noun’ or ‘Verb’.  

The past tense and past participle of the word ‘Rebuke’ is “Rebuked” and the gerund or present participle is ‘Rebuking’.

The plural noun of ‘Rebuke’ is ‘Rebukes’.

Sentences that can be formed using the word ‘Rebuke’ are as follows.

Examples:

▪ She rebuked me.

▪ She rebuked him.

▪ I rebuke you.

▪ He rebuked kings for their sake.

▪ He rebukes those he loves.

▪ He rebuked me.

▪ He said, why do you rebuke me?

▪ I rebuke you in name of Jesus.

▪ Rebuke the devil in prayer with god.

▪ Rebuke satan and he will flee.

▪ I was rebuked by my boss for being late.

▪ It shall be a rebuke and a stumbling.

▪ Rebuke the devil and he shall flee.

▪ The teacher refused to tender an apology for rebuking students.

▪ He is still smarting dash rebuke.

▪ Who rebuked king David for killing Uriah?

▪ King David was rebuked by Nathan.

▪ Samuel rebukes king saul.

▪ Elijah rebuked king Ahab.

▪ How do you politely rebuke someone?

▪ They which went before rebuked him.

▪ He was rebuked by the neighbors.

▪ He was annoyed at being rebuked.

▪ Rebuked job for saying he was righteous.

▪ Jesus rebukes the Apostles for their unbelief and hardness of heart.

▪ Police rebuke protesters for wrongdoing.

Rebuke-Synonym

The synonyms of the word ‘Rebuke’ are as follows.

Verb:
reprimand
scold
admonish
criticize
censure
reproach
reprove
berate
reprehend
lambast
chide
Noun:
reprimand
reproach
admonition
censure
scolding
reproval
lambasting
criticism
castigation
disapproval

Rebuke-Antonym

The antonyms of the word ‘Rebuke’ are as follows.

praise
compliment
commend
encouragement
approval
flattery
commendation

 


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