Tancharoen: And then [Marvel Television head] Jeph Loeb comes in and reprimands us for it.
But the barbed tone of their reprimands, their raised voices, made clear there was something else going on here.
In a clip from the season, Berman reprimands Stodden: “No more beauty pageant answers!”
His brothers incur all kinds of reprimands, and under them he also suffers much.
Her exhortations were delicious, her reprimands exquisite, her patience was infinite.
Mercer and Hedgman made their apologies to the House, received their reprimands, and paid their fines.
It is very probable that among the reprimands he received at court, his affair with me was not forgotten.
Already there had been complaints of cut lectures, reprimands, and letters from home.
I met with reprimands for being in it, but none were kind enough to reach out to free me.
The calificadores held this to be implicit pact but, although both were arrested, both escaped with reprimands.
1630s, from French réprimande (16c.), from Middle French reprimende "reproof," from Latin reprimenda "that is to be repressed" (as in reprimenda culpa "fault to be checked"), fem. singular of reprimendus, gerundive of reprimere "reprove" (see repress). Spelling influenced in French by mander "to summon."
1680s, from reprimand (n.) or else from French réprimander (17c.), from réprimande. Related: Reprimanded; reprimanding.