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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadmonitionad‧mo‧ni‧tion /ˌædməˈnɪʃən/ noun [countable, uncountable]  formalTELL somebody OFF a warning or expression of disapproval about someone’s behaviouradmonitory /ədˈmɒnətəri $ -ˈmɑːnətɔːri/ adjective an admonitory glance
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admonitionAnd when the rector took to the pulpit he delivered sermons brimming with moral admonition.When adults believe in their children, they are not as likely to give reminders to do or admonitions for not doing.Le Corbusier's admonitions echo much of nineteenth century morality in terms of emphasis on order and health, and by inference cleanliness.I enunciated carefully, hoping that Barney Lewis's admonition about clear speaking would now have some magical effect.Many illiterates can not read the admonition on a pack of cigarettes.But when ears were deaf what use were admonitions?
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