Rebake vs Rebuke - What's the difference?

rebake | rebuke |


As verbs the difference between rebake and rebuke

is that rebake is (archaic|technical) to cook something by baking again while rebuke is to criticise harshly; to reprove.

As a noun rebuke is

a harsh criticism.

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rebake

English

Verb

  • (archaic, technical) To cook something by baking again.
  • *1919', Lydia Ray Balderston, ' Housewifery: A Manual and Text Book of Practical Housekeeping - Page 272
  • *:"Do not attempt to rebake the tubes at home, as the housewife's oven is no more suited to that work than it is to firing china."
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    rebuke

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A harsh criticism.
  • * 2012 , July 15. Richard Williams in Guardian Unlimited, Tour de France 2012: Carpet tacks cannot force Bradley Wiggins off track
  • There was the sternness of an old-fashioned Tour patron in his rebuke to the young Frenchman Pierre Rolland, the only one to ride away from the peloton and seize the opportunity for a lone attack before being absorbed back into the bunch, where he was received with coolness.

    Verb

    (rebuk)
  • To criticise harshly; to reprove.
  • Synonyms

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