Scold – meaning of the word and examples

To speak to someone angrily because you disapprove of their behaviour: (Cambridge Dictionary)

To find fault with angrily; chide; reprimand: (Dictionary.com)

A woman who disturbs the public peace by noisy and quarrelsome or abusive behaviour. (Merriam – Webster)

If you scold someone, you speak angrily to them because they have done something wrong. (Collins Dictionary)

Remonstrate with or rebuke (someone) angrily. (Oxford Dictionaries)

(of a bird) call loudly and persistently. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Examples

The Truth about Scolding. 

https://uldissprogis.com/2014/11/25/the-truth-about-scolding/

Scolding your child to discipline him? Parents, know your limits. 

https://www.parentcircle.com/article/scolding-your-child-to-discipline-him-parents-know-your-limits/
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