On this especial August evening Mrs. Frank was in an admonitory frame of mind.
She took the girl's hand and emitted indefinite, admonitory sounds.
Indeed, the history of the Church in this region has been altogether mournful and admonitory.
Deeply affecting and admonitory are some of the instances he records.
The chorus died; and we heard again the deep monody of the sea, like the admonitory voice of fate.
What an amount of infantile aberrations from propriety is the admonitory Paw-paw!
Phœbe, in an admonitory tone, suggested that she had seen the British Museum.
She would have said more, but Peggy held up an admonitory finger.
I guess all these islands look alike, sighed Tess, giving up her admonitory attitude for the moment.
"Ye must forgive as ye would be forgiven," said the gentle, admonitory voice of the man of God.