chastened by the loss, Stivers courted conservatives more aggressively this time around.
This was the speech of a chastened, post-rhetorical president—in some ways a weary president.
He managed to sound humble and chastened as he said, “I know I'm an imperfect messenger.”
Welch said he thought the White House would be chastened by the upcoming midterm election.
A GOP that lost three in a row might be chastened enough to cooperate, at least sometimes.
Fond as she had become of Angela's sweet young mother, it must be owned that whom Janet loved in this way she often chastened.
Jeremiah surveyed her bright face with chastened melancholy.
They are chastened to wean them from the world, and make them partakers of God's holiness.
Imagination was chastened by knowledge, but not systematised into rigid rules.
It was the voice of the prodigal, chastened and penitent: "I will arise and go to my father."