Through the darkening light the old boatman had watched her: interested in her in spite of himself, and his scoldings of himself.
Not that I shall miss you much, with your scoldings and fault-findings!
He knew from old, past experience that Kit's scoldings didn't amount to any more than the perturbed clucking of a hen.
Jasper Losely began to be frightened at Mrs. Crane's scoldings.
And when he did come down, the scolding the old woman gave him was worse than the other two scoldings rolled into one.
You see, Bruce, he said gaily, if there are any scoldings to be had I get em.
These scoldings pass through the child's mind without leaving any trace of an effect.
I've had scoldings enough by this time not to mind, I should rather think.'
The enemy tripped him, aided by the scoldings and abuse of his wife, and he never rallied.
That's all very well, but it's I who'll get the scoldings, and they'll be the limit.