- To scold moderately in order to correct or improve; reprimand: chided the man for his sloppiness.
- To rebuke; to reprove; to scold; discover fault with.
- Fig.: become loud about; to chafe against.
- To utter terms of disapprobation and displeasure; to find fault; to contend angrily.
- To make a clamorous noise; to chafe.
- to loudly admonish in blame; to angrily reproach
- censure severely or angrily
- a continuing sound or murmur.
- A reproof; a rebuke.
- A murmuring, whining, or brawling sound.
- To reprove; rebuke; reprimand; find fault with; fault; scold: as, to chide one for their faults; to chide one for his wait.
- to locate fault about; fault; reproach: applied to things: since, to chide one's own folly.
- To hit by means of discipline or admonition.
- to-drive or impel by chiding.
- Figuratively, to worry; chafe.
- Synonyms the culprit, censure, reproach, upbraid, reprimand.
- To scold; get a hold of fault; contend in terms of anger; wrangle; grumble; clamor.
- Figuratively, which will make a clamorous or murmuring sound.
- To bay, as hounds in full weep.
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