Thesaurus.com
Thesaurus / reprehensible
FEEDBACK

reprehensible

See definition of reprehensible on Dictionary.com

How to use reprehensible in a sentence

The society may now remove someone from a bird’s name if they played a role in “reprehensible events.”
RACISM LURKS IN MANY PLANT AND ANIMAL NAMES. THAT’S NOW CHANGING.JAIME CHAMBERSOCTOBER 22, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
We’re saying that your organization was found to foster reprehensible behavior and that behavior had a real and lasting impact on many of the people who worked there.
TANYA SNYDER SPOKE OF HER OWN PAIN. SHE LEFT OUT THE WFT’S VICTIMS.BARRY SVRLUGASEPTEMBER 10, 2021WASHINGTON POST
We didn’t put it out, because it was too reprehensible to give him the platform.
SACHA BARON COHEN’S PARTNER IN CRIME SEIZES THE SPOTLIGHTMARLOW STERNJULY 30, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
That they played by reprehensible rules of society rather than shattering them.
BEFORE SPORTS GET CREDIT FOR DOING THE RIGHT THING, REMEMBER HOW LONG IT TOOK TO GET THEREKEVIN BLACKISTONEDECEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
His life and conduct subsequently was extremely imprudent and reprehensible.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
"Yes; and it was a very reprehensible affair, I think," Mrs. Courtney answered stiffly.
THEY LOOKED AND LOVEDMRS. ALEX MCVEIGH MILLER
This insolent conduct was specially reprehensible in the case of Grenville, who owed his advancement to Bute's recommendation.
THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL. X.WILLIAM HUNT
"That's only amateurish and besides reprehensible," said the Tennessee Shad.
THE VARMINTOWEN JOHNSON
Pandora's raiment, I grieve to state, has slipped down about her waist in a manner exceedingly reprehensible.
THE FIEND'S DELIGHTDOD GRILE
It was living in a state of most reprehensible respectability, and Art was tied to the apron-strings of Morality.
HUMANLY SPEAKINGSAMUEL MCCHORD CROTHERS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
Choose the synonym for future
capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO REPREHENSIBLE

  • accusable
  • caught
  • censurable
  • censured
  • chargeable
  • condemned
  • conscience-stricken
  • contrite
  • convictable
  • convicted
  • criminal
  • culpable
  • damned
  • delinquent
  • depraved
  • doomed
  • erring
  • evil
  • felonious
  • hangdog
  • in error
  • in the wrong
  • incriminated
  • iniquitous
  • judged
  • liable
  • licentious
  • offending
  • on one's head
  • out of line
  • proscribed
  • regretful
  • remorseful
  • reprehensible
  • responsible
  • rueful
  • sentenced
  • sheepish
  • sinful
  • sorry
  • wicked
  • wrong
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.