the action of a person who scolds; a rebuke; reproof:
I got a scolding for being late again.
verb (used with object)
to find fault with angrily; chide; reprimand:
The teacher scolded me for being late.
verb (used without object)
to find fault; reprove.
to use abusive language.
a person who is constantly scolding, often with loud and abusive speech.
to find fault with or reprimand (a person) harshly; chide
(intransitive) to use harsh or abusive language
a person, esp a woman, who constantly finds fault
noun, British Dialect. 1. branks.
noun 1. the action of a person who scolds; a rebuke; reproof: I got a scolding for being late again.
noun 1. a monoclinic white zeolite mineral, a hydrous calcium aluminum silicate, CaAl 2 Si 3 O 1 0 ⋅, 3H 2 O, occurring in masses and in needle-shaped crystals. noun 1. a white zeolite mineral consisting of hydrated calcium aluminium silicate in groups of radiating monoclinic crystals. Formula: CaAl2Si3O10.3H2O
noun, plural scoleces [skoh-lee-seez] /skoʊˈli siz/ (Show IPA), scolices [skol-uh-seez, skoh-luh-] /ˈskɒl əˌsiz, ˈskoʊ lə-/ (Show IPA). Zoology. 1. the anterior, headlike segment of a tapeworm, having suckers, hooks, or the like, for attachment. noun (pl) scoleces (skəʊˈliːsiːz), scolices (ˈskɒlɪˌsiːz; ˈskəʊ-) 1. the headlike part of a tapeworm, bearing hooks and suckers by which the […]