rebukingly

rebukingly

(rɪˈbjuːkɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a severe and disapproving manner
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Adv.1.rebukingly - in the manner of someone delivering a rebuke
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"What we need," remarked the King, rebukingly, "is a wireless sieve.
"She might be worse occupied than reading the Bible," said Felicity rebukingly.
When the last one was gone, Uncle Mark said, a little rebukingly,