Origin of chastise
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How to use chastise in a sentence
Also, she chastises others for being "the worst gift-givers."Miss Manners: She’s ‘best’ at giving gifts but stinks at receiving them|Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin, Jacobina Martin|February 4, 2021|Washington Post
Houston confronted the host about constantly making her a hot topic, and chastised Williams once she asked about the singer’s alleged drug use and parental issues.A Look Back At Wendy Williams’ Most Talked About Interviews|Steven Psyllos|February 2, 2021|Essence.com
The statement came a few days after Musk publicly chastised the FAA for getting in the company’s way as it develops and tests the Starship prototype, the spacecraft SpaceX hopes to fly to the moon and Mars.SpaceX violated its launch license during December’s Starship test flight, prompting the FAA to order an investigation|Christian Davenport|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
Everywhere I turn, teachers unions are being chastised as self-interested, lazy obstructers of reopening.Teacher: What Americans keep getting wrong about our unions during the pandemic|Valerie Strauss|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
A few days later, Obama himself chastised his national-security “principals” at a cabinet meeting.The Boston Bombings: Here Comes the Second-Guessing|Daniel Klaidman|April 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Some Republicans have even chastised their own party for being too free spending during the Bush years.
Democrats chastised me for going against the party, but the most vocal detractors were my biggest supporters.
I cannot remember all the details of my wedding day, but I will never forget being chastised for gaining weight in my 30s.
He chastised conservatives who had “lost heart” and “abandoned their principles” in the past, without specifying when or how.CPAC’s Enthusiastic Crowd Polled for Romney and Cheered for Palin|Michael Medved|February 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Had you not been loved, you never would have been chastised—you would never have become an obedient and willing child.
Yet I do not think that anyone could complain if the more flagrant offenders were chastised.
Their incursions were frequently repelled and chastised, but their country was never subdued.The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886|Ministry of Education
The people were so chastised by divers calamities, that the country was depopulated, and became like a wilderness.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
By this means his brother was occasionally chastised in his place, while he escaped unpunished.