My daughter will scold me if I swear in front of her though, so she's keeping me in line.
Surely, they must be the most uncomfortable garment ever invented, this side of a scold 's bridle.
I scold him just before he brings the lighter to the tip.
The cow, forgetting about me for the moment, turned, purple with fury, to scold the person in question.
My mother was usually present too, and I remember her soft voice always gently reprimanding me for being too rough, or quietly scolding my sister for complaining too much.
I gave him the scolding look I usually give to my brother and murmured, ‘Little guy, you are too young to know such words!’
"Oh shush, " his mother scolded him before pointing at his food.
These scolds may defy common sense, but they're still worthy of attention because they represent the consensus among the profession's elite.
The Taming of the Shrew recalls a tradition of stories about scolds .
During Geometry classes they talked non-stop and were scolded by the teacher from time to time about their excessive talking.