The correct answer is criticize.
A. prop up
C. build anew
The correct answer is (D) To criticize ; to reprove or reprimand severely; to censure; to express stern disapproval of; to tell sternly that one's action, performance, or conduct is unsatisfactory.
Rebuke comes from Old Northern French rebuker.
Examples of use:
- He was rebuked because he had not adhered to the company policy.
- She rebuked him for failure to complete his homework.