Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The author has laudably made his submission and reprobated his work.

Medical works were called for by one party, and reprobated by another.

When he first sent it anonymously to the French Academy it was reprobated.

This but quickened, however, in the Princess the act she reprobated.

It is not the use, but the abuse, of the thing which in this passage is reprobated.

Mr. Merriman, in one of his saner moments, reprobated this hypocrisy.

If I don't desarve to be reprobated, my name's not Joe Wrag.

Jenkyn says, "he suffered as one disowned and reprobated and forsaken of God."

Their practice of travelling first-class is also reprobated.

Why did such an idea occur to her even enough to be reprobated and forbidden?