Upbraid in a sentence

Use Upbraid in a sentence

Upbraid meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [verb] scold; tell off; reprimand ;

He is sometimes upbraided by Agarn for having gravy stains on his shirt.

At times in his coaching , Riley upbraided players for over-talking trash on the court.

The boss is known to use foul language to upbraid company employees.

The father upbraids Tom for not being a good example to his brother.

Immediately she upbraids him for his lack of purpose, his cowardice, and finally, his last lingering doubts.

Holmes upbraids Watson for his lackluster results.

He upbraids Joaz for causing the destruction of the work of centuries just to save himself.