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Adjective
Morally degenerate or unprincipled
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“It is the internal flaws that each individual carries that result in their reprobate behavior.”
Adjective
Stubbornly, and usually unreasonably, holding to an opinion, decision or purpose
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Certain to suffer death, failure, or a similarly negative outcome
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Noun
An unprincipled person
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“Before twenty-four hours had passed over his duel with Lord Monteagle, he found himself branded by every journal in London as an unprincipled reprobate.”
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A dishonorable or morally reprehensible person
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A licentious or dissolute person
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A lecherous person with immoral desires or cravings
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One that has been excluded from a society or system, a pariah
Verb
To criticize or express strong disapproval of
“While we reprobate this evil, let us feel and act kindly toward those who are infected by it.”
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To scold or berate someone
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“Heads of families will reprobate him for seeking private interviews with the young lady in direct contempt of her father's commands.”
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To refuse or be unwilling to allow or grant
“If I were to take Cordelia with me, you'd reprobate the request?”
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To refuse or be unwilling to accept or do something
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“The man in perfect health would reprobate the proposal of any person's giving medicine to him.”
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