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Definition of the noun admonition
What does admonition mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: admonitions
- cautionary advice about something imminent (especially imminent danger or other unpleasantness)
- example: a letter of admonition about the dangers of immorality
- lexical domain: Communicative Processes - nouns denoting communicative processes and contents
- synonyms of admonition: monition / warning / word of advice
- more generic word: advice = a proposal for an appropriate course of action
- more specific terms: deterrent example / object lesson / example / lesson = punishment intended as a warning to others
- a firm rebuke
Alternative definition of the noun admonition
- Gentle or friendly reproof; counseling against fault or oversight; warning.
Admonition is a punishment under Scots law when an offender has been found guilty but is neither imprisoned nor fined but receives verbal discipline and is afterwards set free; the conviction is still recorded. This can be compared to an absolute discharge where a conviction is not recorded.
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THE PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES (1907)
The admonition is that difference is the breath of our nostrils, and that there is no likelihood of unanimity among members of the legal profession. In reply to the remarks of the noble and learned Earl, it is to be observed that among lawyers ...
by Michael A. Smyer, Diane Brannon, Margaret D. Cohn
“Professor” Harold Hill in Meredith Wilson's The Music Man INTRODUCTION “ Professor" Hill's admonition is a good starting point for consultants beginning to work in nursing home settings. In this chapter, we describe the “territory" of mental ...
The Zurich Letters Comprising the Correspondence of Several English Bishops and Others, with Some of the Helvetian Reformers, During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, Trans. from Authenticated Copies of the Autographs Preserved in the Archives of Zurich (1842)
weal against any adversaries ; but free admonition is an 362 APPENDIx.
Good Health (1917)
Admonition is a sagacious St. Bernard; nagging is a spiteful poodle. Admonition produces reformation; nagging produces only exasperation. "Our correction will produce righteousness only when it produces love for righteousness.” The city of ...
Giftedness 101 (2012)
by Linda Kreger Silverman, PhD
A contemporary admonition is that such discussions will lead to “swelled heads” ( perceiving oneself as better than everyone else), lack of effort, and perfectionism. The “mad genius” notion continues to be quite chic, as shown by the popularity ...
Puro Arte (2012)
Filipinos on the Stages of Empire by Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns
What compels the speaker's admonition is the body's performative extravagance, a spectacle making ...
by Samuel Halkett, John Laing, James Kennedy, Dennis E. Rhodes
ADMONITION (an) concerning a publick fast, the just causes we have for it, from the full growth of sin, and the near approaches of God's judgments ; and the manner of performance, to obtain the desired effects thereof ; which ought ...
A dictionary of Congregational usages and principles, according to ancient and modern authors (1853)
to which are added brief notices of some of the principal writers, assemblies and treatises referred to in the compilation by Preston Cummings
— The Puritans in Holland " practised no church censures but admonition, and excommunication for obstinate offenders." 2 The nineteenth article of the Savoy Declaration says : " The censures appointed by Christ are admonition and ...
by Bryan A. Garner
Admonition is the more common, less technical term: "We must follow the Supreme Court's admonition that courts ought not to impose constitutional restraints that would inhibit the ability of the political branches to respond through immigration ...
A practical dictionary, containing schemes of the most necessary subjects, divine, moral, and literary (1817)
by William Sleigh
ADMONITION,. the. hint of a fault, with its several aggravations, and the dangerous consequences that attend it. This is absolutely commanded, Lev. six. 17, Mat. xviii. 15 ; and it is necessary for ourselves, and others ; for our- selves, to stand ...
Encyclopedia of World Poetry (2015)
by R. Victoria Arana
Work Author: Chinweizu "Admonition to the Black World" begins with four prose paragraphs that summarize 25 centuries of foreign assault on Africa. Chinweizu thus giveshis spectacular, 21page prophetic harangue a historical and ...
by John Penrice
admonition; The orân is frequently called image “An admonition, or exposition of religion for all creatures;” image 16 v.
by Haroutiun Aukerian, John Brand
Admonition, warning, information, caution, remonstrance, advice, counsel; reprimand, reproof; chastisement, punishment. \w[*uiutiupiuit ( p* t £*- ) adj . That warns, that advises . \\}n*tintiup_ujut*[ (iri/°, Lap ) y. fl. To warn, to apprize, to advise .
Containing an ... Account of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Persons in Every Nation in the World, Particularly the British and Irish ...
The admonition was concluded with a petition to the two houses, that a discipline more consonant to the word of God, and agreeing with the soreign resormed churches, might be established by law. For the puritans, though labouring under the ...
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- John Leech Cartoon, "England's Admonition"
From page 104 of The History Of The Nineteenth Century In Caricature by Arthur Bartlett Maurice and Frederic Taber Cooper, published by Dodd, Mead and Company in 1904.
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- An Admonition of the Greats
A spectacular view from the floor of the main reading room in the Library of Congress
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- Bridge Admonition
On the Biloxi bridge
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- Violet Admonition of Thunder
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Video shows what admonition means. Gentle or friendly reproof; counseling against fault or oversight; warning.. admonition synonyms: Wikisaurus:advice.
- The Y.K. Dictionary - Admonition
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