Lecture and Rebuke

Lecture

Show Definitions
Lecture verb – To criticize (someone) severely or angrily especially for personal failings.
Usage example: the frustrated manager lectured the waitstaff about its poor level of service

Rebuke is a synonym for lecture in scold topic. In some cases you can use "Rebuke" instead the word "Lecture" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like scolding, speech of criticism, telling-off. popular alternative
Nearby Words: lecturer, lectured, lecturing, lector, lectureship
Synonyms for Lecture

Rebuke

Show Definitions
Rebuke noun – An often public or formal expression of disapproval.
Usage example: delivered a stinging rebuke to the Congress, calling for an end to backstabbing and arguing

Lecture is a synonym for rebuke in reprimand topic. You can use "Lecture" instead the word "Rebuke" as a verb or a noun, if it concerns topics such as scold, scolding. popular alternative
Nearby Words: rebuked, rebuking
Synonyms for Rebuke

How words are described

public public lecture public rebuke
mild mild lecture mild rebuke
harsh harsh lecture harsh rebuke
sharp sharp lecture sharp rebuke
Other adjectives: serious, little.

Common collocations

character lecture character rebuke character
people lecture people rebuke people
doctor lecture doctor rebuke doctor
anyone lecture anyone rebuke anyone
Other nouns: player.
Cite this Source
Rebuke and Lecture. (2016). Retrieved 2021, June 19, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/lecture/rebuke
Lecture & Rebuke. N.p., 2016. Web. 19 Jun. 2021. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/lecture/rebuke>.
Rebuke or Lecture. 2016. Accessed June 19, 2021. https://thesaurus.plus/related/lecture/rebuke.

Synonyms for lecture
Share this picture


Synonyms for rebuke
Share this picture

Google Ngram Viewer shows how "lecture" and "rebuke" have occurred on timeline: