I endeavoured to reprove him as he deserved, for I regretted the loss of my Bible.
reprove a friend: it may be he did it not, and if he did something, that he may do it no more.
"Quiet during the test, Senator," Jennings took his mouth from the phone long enough to reprove the man gently.
However, he determined to wend his way to the inn and reprove him for his negligence.
If you would escape vexation, reprove yourself liberally and others sparingly.
Now really, what right have you to reprove me in my own house?
Sir, believe me upon my relation,—for what I tell you the world shall not reprove.
If I surprised him in a lie, which often happened, I dared not reprove him.
And Peter's heart echoed Emma's sentiments so fully that he couldn't find it in him to reprove her for giving utterance to them.
He was very much excited, and so I suppose did not dare to reprove them just then.