Barbara Boxer, the normally AIPAC-aligned California senator, followed up by chastising the Israeli prime minister.
And he was especially hard on Michael, chastising him publicly as dumb, ugly, and awkward.
The Obama administration has backed off undermining him and chastising him in public.
Instead of chastising me, he tried to use my time with the Taliban as a means to better understand them.
We call him Tom and not Branson and we keep [chastising] Violet for calling him Branson when she should be calling him Tom.
I took my punishment meekly and in silence, and am now confined to my cell, fasting and chastising myself.
The stage alone can do this with impunity, chastising us as the anonymous fool.
To the elder shall be assigned the duty of ruling and chastising the younger.
If all are going to be saved, what is the use of chastising oneself?
The priest being a little startled, Daniel begged him not to be alarmed; he was only chastising a rascal to teach him his duty.
c.1300, chastisen, from Old French chastiier "to warn, advise, instruct; chastise, admonish; punish; dominate, tame" (12c., Modern French châtier), from Latin castigare "to set or keep right, to reprove, chasten, to punish," literally "to make pure" (see castigate). Or perhaps from Middle English chastien (see chasten) + -ise, though this would be early for such a native formation. The form of the modern word "is not easily accounted for" [OED]. Related: Chastised; chastising.
He alone may chastise who loves. [Rabindranath Tagore, "The Crescent Moon," 1913]