reprehend[ rep-ri-hend ]SEE DEFINITION OF reprehend
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REPREHEND
There may be much to grieve over, but there is nothing to reprehend—anywhere.
To reprehend well is the most necessary and the hardest part of friendship.
Powell had even gone so far as to reprehend him for having done so.
Gentles, do not reprehend; (A big sob) If you pardon, we will mend.
Therefore I reprehend myself, and do penance in dust and ashes.
I answer, he may, by virtue of his office, reprehend any person or persons that walk the streets too late at a seasonable hour.
In his next chapter (the 23rd) he proceeds to reprehend the mistaken sense of law, growing up amongst physicists in his own day.
We ask favours and reprehend injuries for a friend, where we would not solicit for, or defend, ourselves.
In cases where a man takes the liberty after this manner to reprehend others, it is commonly said, "Let him look at home."
A letter of Rev. Andrew Eliot is still in existence referring to this presentation, and severely did he reprehend it.