Kelly's admonition of the film through an aide‚ years after the fact, doesn't go down well.
His admonition last week to the Irish church repeatedly emphasised that heaven still awaits the penitent pedophile priest.
That Soundos survived, and with a bullet in her head, seems to many an act of God, and an admonition.
His supporters hosted a men-only fundraiser with this admonition on the invitation: “Tell the misses not to wait up.”
An admonition to “be yourself” results in nothing but confusion.
He was a man of much influence, but he does not seem to have resisted the admonition.
I felt it was so thoughtful of him to give me this admonition.
It is needless to add that the worthy provost was mollified, and that the little fellow was dismissed with an admonition.
With that she recalled her mother's admonition, and went upstairs to Walter's door.
From you he expects absolution and admonition in his last moments.
late 14c., amonicioun "reminding, instruction," from Old French amonicion "admonition, exhortation," from Latin admonitionem (nominative admonitio), noun of action from past participle stem of admonere (see admonish). Meaning "warning" is early 15c. The -d- was restored in English 17c.