They decided not to decide—except to rebuke the arrogance of Netanyahu.
Her stance drew a rebuke from fellow Republican lawmakers who were nervous supporters would follow her lead.
“Ordinary people will think he is disturbed and rebuke him for this, unaware that he is possessed by a god,” Plato wrote.
Israel's Foreign Ministery intends to call the ambassador in for rebuke.
Instead they were a rebuke from the American electorate to Democrats who had overreached.
They were only stopped by Richard himself, who hurried home from Ireland to rebuke them.
Then, he bethought himself of a subtle form of rebuke by emphasizing his generosity.
This promptness and certainty in rebuke, when rebuke was necessary, made him a well-served man, both indoors and out.
Aggie sniffed vehemently in rebuke of the gross partiality of fate in his behalf.
In a moment he forgot the rebuke he had received, and laughingly went on with the inventory.
early 15c., "a reproof, reprimand," from rebuke (v.).