Meaning: disapproving sharply or censure formally, usually from a position of authority
The officials received a reprimand from the minister.
Teacher reprimanded the students for not doing the homework.
Synonyms: censure, rebuke, reproach
The first known use of the word is in circa 1636.
Read more about the word ‘reprimand’ from the website of Merriam Webster.
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