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How to use reprehensibly in a sentence

And very reprehensibly, of course, he gave to almost every one who had recourse to him, as well as to many who did not.
COROTSIDNEY ALLNUTT
Nay, even those laws which authorised him to govern thus were in his judgment reprehensibly lenient.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
He was an excitable young man, and had a way of expressing himself sometimes in reprehensibly strong language.
BROOKE'S DAUGHTERADELINE SERGEANT
Andy was engaged in a methodical, scientific, reprehensibly soul-satisfying period of swearing.
FLYING U RANCHB. M. BOWER
There was not a dowager present who did not know how and where he had reprehensibly spent the last months.
THE SHUTTLEFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
This time when she dined with the Stewarts she had found Milly reprehensibly pale and dispirited.
THE INVADERMARGARET L. WOODS
After the death of young Bosinney, whose mistress she had so reprehensibly become, he had heard that she had left Soames at once.
FIVE TALESJOHN GALSWORTHY
"I don't think we gallivanted at all reprehensibly," he said.
BACK TO BILLABONGMARY GRANT BRUCE
Most unfortunately, and reprehensibly, many of those who could have done most to prevent it failed signally to take action.
THE SANITARY EVOLUTION OF LONDONHENRY LORENZO JEPHSON
She, as it were, seized upon and recovered the smile that darted out to play reprehensibly about the corners of her mouth.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR

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