Admonition ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Admonition ( noun )

  1. A gentle or mild reproof or warning.
  2. Advice or counsel given with authority and urgency.

Origin:

Derived from the latin word "admonitio", meaning "a warning".

Examples:

  1. The teacher's admonition to be quiet in the classroom fell on deaf ears.
  2. The mother's admonition to her child to be careful was not heeded.
  3. He received an admonition from his boss for being late to work.
  4. The judge's admonition to the jury to disregard the previous testimony was ignored.
  5. The elders gave an admonition to the young people to respect their elders.

(As a verb)

Admonition ( verb )

  1. A gentle or mild reproof or warning.
  2. Advice or counsel given with authority and urgency.

Origin:

Derived from the latin word "admonitio", meaning "a warning".

Examples:

  1. The teacher's admonition to be quiet in the classroom fell on deaf ears.
  2. The mother's admonition to her child to be careful was not heeded.
  3. He received an admonition from his boss for being late to work.
  4. The judge's admonition to the jury to disregard the previous testimony was ignored.
  5. The elders gave an admonition to the young people to respect their elders.
Some random words: protean, loudspeaker, renegade