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Admonish

Apr 13, 2016 10:10 IST

    Meaning: Warn strongly; put on guard, to caution, advice, or counsel against something.

    Now let us understand the meaning of this word through a picture

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    A father admonishing his child to avoid belligerent behavior with friends

    Pronunciation: ad-mon-ish

    Usage/Example: 1. The two acts of mercy being focused on this March in the Archdiocese of Portland will be to forgive offenses and to admonish sinners. (Source: Catholic Sentinel)

    2. Helminski also sought to admonish Muslim clerics who termed music and dance as "haram" (against Islamic law) (Source: Zee News)

    3. After I point to a large Buddha statue at one temple, an old woman marches over to admonish me. (Source: The Boston Globe)

    Related Words (Synonyms)

    Here we have represented the synonyms using an analogy which is related. The moon and stars are related to each other

    Unrelated Words (Antonyms)

    (Here we have represented the antonyms of this word using an analogy which is unrelated. The sun and clouds are opposites of each other)

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