Definition of submonish in English:

submonish

verb

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  • with object To bring (something) to mind, especially surreptitiously or secretly; to reprove (a person or thing) gently; to admonish.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Henry Barrow (c1550–1593), religious separatist. From sub- + monish, after classical Latin submonēre to advise privately, to suggest a course of action to, in post-classical Latin also to warn. Compare earlier submonition.

Pronunciation

submonish

/səbˈmɒnɪʃ/