“He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet.” -Joseph Joubert
objurgate:ˈ[äb jərˌgāt] (v) rebuke severely; scold
in a sentence: The new teen driver was objurgated by a police officer with teenagers of her own when pulled over for speeding while texting.
scold: (v) to reprimand or chide (someone) angrily
in a sentence: The dad wanted to scold his son for tripping his little brother and laughing, but Uncle Joe reminded the dad he did the same thing when they were kids. The dad laughed and tripped Uncle Joe. Grandma scolded everyone.