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a reprehensible tyrant, who oppressed his country for decades, has finally been brought to justice your behavior towards the other team was truly reprehensible, so you're being suspended from the next three games
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Reprehensible definition, deserving of reproof, rebuke, or censure; blameworthy. See more.
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reprehensible - Usually applied to things, not people—the sin and not the sinner.
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A demon addicted to the reprehensible habit of devouring the dead. Worse than all was the reprehensible conduct of Sir Theophilus Parker. Does your law, then, not consider him reprehensible in that desire?
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Reprehensible means deserving of blame or strong criticism. It is a strong word––your mother might forgive you for doing something bad, but something reprehensible?That's worse.
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Littering is reprehensible, but fortunately there are many good people willing to volunteer their time to clean up the garbage.
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A noun phrase is a word or group of words that can function as the subject, the object, or the complement in a sentence. The manager interviewed all the applicants on Tuesday.
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Recent reports of sexual misconduct and inappropriate relationships by state employees at the Texas Juvenile Justice Department are reprehensible and necessitate an appropriate response, said Governor Abbott.
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Blameworthy, censurable, guilty.· Deserving of reprehension. 1998, Greg Morrow and Dylan Verheul, The Sandman Annotations, Sandman 14 Scarlett O’Hara was the heroine of the novel/movie Gone with the Wind and the reprehensible sequel Scarlett.··A reprehensible person; a villain.