Far from a rebuke of Biden, Obama's Afghan decision was close to the VP's true position, the White House says.
They decided not to decide—except to rebuke the arrogance of Netanyahu.
Israel's Foreign Ministery intends to call the ambassador in for rebuke.
Her stance drew a rebuke from fellow Republican lawmakers who were nervous supporters would follow her lead.
The rebuke from Netanyahu came after Hillary Clinton yesterday refused to shift or emphatically restate U.S. "red lines" on Iran.
They were only stopped by Richard himself, who hurried home from Ireland to rebuke them.
Perhaps she had not meant to rebuke him and was already sorry that she had wounded him.
This promptness and certainty in rebuke, when rebuke was necessary, made him a well-served man, both indoors and out.
That rebuke of Barber's seemed to deflect Cis's interest from the rooms to herself.
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.).