1 Before anyone could rebuke him, his grizzled head went up sharply and he rose swiftly.
2 Sometimes she had gone into the kitchen to administer a tardy rebuke to the cook.
3 Whereupon Victor administered a rebuke in the form of a volley of abuse, which, owing to its rapidity and incoherence, was all but incomprehensible to Edna.
4 Whatever it was, the rebuke was convincing, for the woman dropped her hoe and went mumbling into the house.
5 There was no voice of rebuke; but there were averted eyes; there was a silence and an air of solemnity that struck a chill to the culprit's heart.
6 The man, somewhat crest-fallen by the rebuke he had received, repeated what the concierge had said.
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7 Amy stood a minute, turning the leaves in her hand, reading on each some sweet rebuke for all heartburnings and uncharitableness of spirit.
8 The invalid complained of being covered with ashes; but he had a tiresome cough, and looked feverish and ill, so I did not rebuke his temper.
9 As night approached, it proving impossible to quell her insubordination by rebuke or threats of punishment, Master Brackett, the jailer, thought fit to introduce a physician.
10 They fancied him the mouth-piece of Heaven's messages of wisdom, and rebuke, and love.
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11 And, being too far off to accost the wedding party, and fearing also, the rebuke of the police, the two maskers turned their eyes elsewhere.
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12 de Treville had been so angry in the morning, and as a witness of the rebuke the Musketeers had received was not likely to be at all agreeable, he pretended not to see him.
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13 This rebuke during the sober hours of school paled much of the glory of the Wild West for me and the confused puffy face of Leo Dillon awakened one of my consciences.
14 She recalled his long sad and severe look at those words and understood the meaning of the rebuke and despair in that protracted gaze.
15 So the Waters-Loring plantation was stilled by the spell of dishonesty, and stands like some gaunt rebuke to a scarred land.