rebuke (v.) Old form(s): rebuk'd
repress, put down, check
H5 III.vi.119[Montjoy as if French King to King Henry] we could have rebuked him at Harfleur
KJ II.i.9[King Philip to Arthur, of Austria] hither is he come ... to rebuke the usurpation / Of thy unnatural uncle, English John
Mac III.i.55[Macbeth alone, of Banquo] under him / My genius is rebuked
MND III.ii.43[Demetrius to Hermia] why rebuke you him that loves you so?
Per III.i.1[Pericles alone] The god of this great vast rebuke these surges
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