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Reprimand – to reprove or rebuke severely, esp. in a formal way.

Syn. = scold, chide, come down

Sentence =

condemnation (noun) reprehension, reprobation

Sentence =

loftily (adverb) extending high in the air; of imposing height; towering

Syn. = insolently, superciliously

Sentence =

pallor (noun) - unusual or extreme paleness, as from fear, ill health, or death; wanness.

syn. colorlessness, sallowness

Sentence =

ameliorate (verb) – to make or become better

Syn. = improve; meliorate.

Sentence =

indignant (adjective) – expressing strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base

Syn. ( resentful, infuriated)

Sentence =

misgivings (noun) – a feeling of doubt, distrust, or apprehension.

Syn. feeling of anxiety, depression, dread

daft (adjective) – senseless, foolish or insane

Synonyms: senseless, stupid, foolish

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tainted (adjective) – a trace of something bad, offensive, or harmful.

Syn. = corrupted, decayed

Sentence =

quail (verb) – to lose heart or courage in difficulty or danger; shrink with fear.

Syn: hover in fear, droop, faint

Sentence =

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Ok, I love doing stuff like this! Alright, here ya go:

    1. Reprimand: "Kelly's teacher had to reprimand her for speaking in class without raising her hand."

    2. Condemnation: "To avoid crushing their children's spirits, parents should not respond to bad behavior with condemnation."

    3. Loftily: "The balloon rose loftily into the air above the little town."

    4. Pallor (I'm not very familiar with this one but I'll try!): "The pallor in Susie's face caused her mother to worry for her life."

    5. Ameliorate (I'm not familiar with this one either.): "Arnold tried to ameliorate the guestroom before his mother arrived to visit."

    6. Indignant: "Sam's indignant attitude aggravated his mother."

    7. Misgivings: "Lauren's misgivings about her grandmother were erased after she spent a week with the elderly woman."

    8. Daft: "'Are you daft?' Carl asked Henry when he suggested robbing the bank."

    9. Tainted: Cynthia knew that her reputation would always be tainted by the mistake she made that evening."

    10. Quail: "Simon quailed with fear at the thought of confronting the bully."

    I hope this helps!

  • 1 decade ago

    Reprimand – to reprove or rebuke severely, esp. in a formal way.

    Syn. = scold, chide, come down

    Sentence = I will reprimand my friend later.

    quail (verb) – to lose heart or courage in difficulty or danger; shrink with fear.

    Syn: hover in fear, droop, faint

    Sentence = I always quail on myself for no reason.

    tainted (adjective) – a trace of something bad, offensive, or harmful.

    Syn. = corrupted, decayed

    Sentence = Our love was tainted fiercely.

    daft (adjective) – senseless, foolish or insane

    Synonyms: senseless, stupid, foolish

    Sentence = I felt a bit daft after visiting over her house.

    misgivings (noun) – a feeling of doubt, distrust, or apprehension.

    Syn. feeling of anxiety, depression, dread

    Sentence= I felt misgivings after fighting my dad.

    indignant (adjective) – expressing strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base

    Syn. ( resentful, infuriated)

    Sentence = That joke was indignant to me.

    condemnation (noun) reprehension, reprobation

    Sentence =sorry, idk?

    loftily (adverb) extending high in the air; of imposing height; towering

    Syn. = insolently, superciliously

    Sentence =The tower was loftily tall.

    pallor (noun) - unusual or extreme paleness, as from fear, ill health, or death; wanness.

    syn. colorlessness, sallowness

    Sentence = My brother was very pallor of himself.

    Source(s): me, myself, and iiiii!
  • 1 decade ago

    Mother reprimanded me for forgetting my homework.

    She felt condemnation for her decision to drop out of school.

    The kite sailed loftly in the summer breeze.

    Her skin had taken on a sickly pallor due to her illness.

    The world would be a lot nicer if people would work to ameliorate our communities.

    The queen was indignant when she saw the squallor her people had been living in.

    Dad had misgivings when the mechanic gave him bill.

    Don't be so daft! Of course an ice cube melts in the sun.

    The blood supply was tainted by the swine flu virus.

    I quail at the thought of speaking in public.

  • 1 decade ago

    Richard moved to ameliorate the situation by making a joke to lighten the mood

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    5 years ago

    Senior Seamen set sailing ship sea shore safely!

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