reprehend (v.)
reprove, censure, rebuke
MND V.i.419[Puck to audience] Gentles, do not reprehend
R3 III.vii.112[Richard to Buckingham] you come to reprehend my ignorance
R3 III.vii.27[Buckingham to Richard, of the citizens] I reprehended them
Tit III.ii.69[Titus to Marcus] pardon me for reprehending thee
Ven.1065[of Venus] she reprehends her mangling eye

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