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Definition of the noun admonisher
What does admonisher mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: admonishers
- someone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided
Alternative definition of the noun admonisher
- One who admonishes.
Admonisher is a musical group.
- album: "One Love"
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Opera and drama (1900)
by Richard Wagner
The admonisher is the understanding, ...
The Open Court (1906)
by Paul Carus
' Now, the road is Islam; and the open doors are those things which God hath forhidden; and the curtains before the doors the bounds set by God; the Admonisher is the Kur'an, and the upper ...
A Complete Encyclopaedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific and Technological by John Ogilvie
ADMONISHER - 42 ADORATION But Maggie stood, right sair astonished, | Till by the heel and hand admonished. Burns. 5. Eccles to reprove a member of the church for a fault, either publicly or privately: the first step in church discipline.
an Anthology by Samuel Johnson
An admonisher; a reminder. We understand our duty without a teacher, and acquit ourselves as we ought to do without a prompter. L'ESTRANGE. To PROMU'LGATE. v.a. [promulgo, Lat.] To publish; to make known by open declaration.
by Paul Zollo
tactician technician theoretician tradition transition transmission transposition tuition vendition volition ISH-UR abolisher accomplisher admonisher banisher blandisher brandisher burnisher cherisher demolisher embellisher establisher.
by T.J. Carty
Philalethes (The Admonisher Admonished; A Letter to the Rev.
W.H. Auden Encyclopedia (2004)
by David Garrett Izzo
Lawrence, and they sig- nify comparably to the Watcher-in-Spanish, Isherwood's silent, cypher arbiter, who stands judge over the Auden gang as a reminder/ admonisher, administering judgment and, if necessary guilt, over the divided mind.
by Stanley Newman, Daniel Stark
exhort, preach, punish, rebuke 7 caution, censure, counsel, lecture, reprove, tell off, upbraid 8 forewarn, threaten 9 criticize, reprimand admonisher comment: 3 tsk 6 tsk tsk admonition: 5 alert 6 caveat, homily, lesson, notice, rebuke 7 caution, ...
The Century Dictionary (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
An admonisher; a dispenser of admonitions; specifically, an Admonitionist (which see). ales. * * * Admonitionist (ad-m3-nish'on-ist), n. [X admonition + -ist.] A name given to the followers of Thomas Cartwright, two of whom in 1572 ublished “An ...
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Deployed at the North approach to the Rogue River Bridge the device admonishes drivers that the slow-down sign sequence means what it says. The Bridge, opened in the early 1930s is a narrow one lane each way, with narrow sidewalks.
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Scrabble value of A1D2M3O1N1I1S1H4E1R1
The value of this 10-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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