Definition of Admonisher. Meaning of Admonisher. Synonyms of Admonisher

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Definition of Admonisher

Admonisher
Admonisher Ad*mon"ish*er, n. One who admonishes.

Meaning of Admonisher from wikipedia

- Admonish is a Swedish black metal band formed in 1994. They were one of the first bands in the Christian black metal movement and the first Christian black...
- Admonishing the Bishops is an EP by the band Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, released as a CD and 10" vinyl record on October 26, 1993, through Matador...
- Admonition (or "being admonished") is the lightest punishment under Scots law. It occurs when an offender who has been found guilty or who has pleaded...
- first Protestant missionary in the Qing Empire. His tract Good Words to Admonish the Age was influential on Hong Xiuquan, who went on to lead the Taiping...
- overriding the controls, Hargrove, speaking to the two from the ship's bridge, admonishes that the crew will not leave the ship alive. Tucker, however, remains...
- Jingshi Tongyan (警世通言, Stories to Caution the World) is the second of a trilogy of widely celebrated Ming dynasty (1368–1644) vernacular story collections...
- preached at [her] 1786 execution, publishing the sermon under the title God Admonishing His People of their Duty ... a Sermon ... Occasioned by the Execution...
- including Li Wenliang (who was also punished on 3 January), were later admonished by the police for spreading false rumours; and another doctor, Ai Fen...
- ends up crying bitterly as the reaction wears off until he is suddenly admonished by the King and Queen. Pierrot realizes he has altered the course of history...
- accurate, adapt, addition, address, adept, adherent, adhesive, adjust, admit, admonish, adverti****t, affect, agglomerate, aggregate, aggression, allege, allude...
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