Verb (used with object) : The teacher scolded me for being late. From Dictionary.com.
It's exhausting to be so self-righteous -- for the scolder and those who must endure it. From Wordnik.com. [Christina Pirello: Lets Break the Vegan Stigma] Reference
The scolder in these situations has no earthly clue what kinds of parenting decisions have been made prior to the event they are witnessing. From Wordnik.com. [Dru Blood - I believe in the inherent goodness of all beings: A reply to Elayne, some more stuff about kids in public places, and then I'm done for now.] Reference
When he scolded another boat for being to close during the fight (which it wasn't), I then had the pleasure of watching that captain whizz 12 ounces of lead into the windshield of the scolder. From Wordnik.com. [My Two Favorite Knuckleheads] Reference
Aline turned around and looked at the scolder for a moment; then, placing her watering-pot upon the floor, she darted toward the divan like a kitten that has just received a blow from its mother's paw and feels authorized to play with her. From Wordnik.com. [The French Immortals Series — Complete] Reference
Long live TPB and long live the revolution of the human psyche. scolder - 05-18 21: 32. From Wordnik.com. [The Pirate Bay - Blog] Reference
It scolder this year where I am then any other in the last 15 years and we are warming?. From Wordnik.com. [Yahoo! Buzz US: Top Stories] Reference
As twice as the, complainingly ideologue be scolder with hadean static and the initial seventhly cd as setterwort. From Wordnik.com. [Rational Review] Reference
But Turkish Prime Tayyip Erdogan, a leader of the Islamist-rooted AK Party and a frequent scolder of Israel's Palestinian policies, has signaled no flexibility in Turkey's demands for an apology and compensation. From Wordnik.com. [Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion] Reference
His name, according to the most authentic etymologists, was a corruption of Kyver; that is to say, a wrangler or scolder; and expressed the characteristic of his family, which for nearly two centuries had kept the windy town of. From Wordnik.com. [Knickerbocker's History of New York, Complete] Reference
And Bissage's Swiftian transition from scolder to stalker to declare a winner for this thread. From Wordnik.com. [Bob Wright proposes a "competition to see who can be more civil and at the same time be more disagreeing in a substantively contentious way."] Reference
To rate with gibes a scolder. From Wordnik.com. [Faust] Reference
The cool ferocious Robespierre turn'd scolder!. From Wordnik.com. [Literary Remains, Volume 1] Reference
"Precious scolder herself!" she muttered. From Wordnik.com. [Peggy-Alone] Reference
The doors shut, and the lights go out, and the sharpest tongue is silent, and all of us, scolder and scolded, happy and unhappy, master and slave, judge and culprit, are children again, tired, and hushed, and helpless, and forgiven. From Wordnik.com. [The Solitary Summer] Reference
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