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synonyms for reprobates

  • culprit
  • felon
  • hoodlum
  • lowlife
  • pickpocket
  • wrongdoer
  • blackguard
  • bootlegger
  • bully
  • cad
  • caitiff
  • convict
  • criminal
  • delinquent
  • drunkard
  • evildoer
  • fink
  • heel
  • jailbird
  • loafer
  • louse
  • malefactor
  • outcast
  • outlaw
  • racketeer
  • rapscallion
  • rascal
  • rat
  • reprobate
  • rowdy
  • ruffian
  • scalawag
  • scamp
  • scoundrel
  • scum
  • sinner
  • sneak
  • vagabond
  • villain
  • wretch
  • black sheep

antonyms for reprobates

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  • goody-goody
    • hard worker
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                                How to use reprobates in a sentence

                                He had begun to dislike the latter more and more, and had given him up altogether as one of the reprobates.
                                ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR
                                For my part, I'm quite exhausted scolding these young reprobates, and I'd like a change to smiles instead of tears.
                                MARJORIE'S BUSY DAYSCAROLYN WELLS
                                As for us, who are dependent on carpets and easy-chairs, we are reprobates, and shall never enter into the kingdom of heaven.
                                GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. I (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
                                Each of these simple-hearted reprobates was too spirited to take a guinea for a kick down a staircase.
                                THE O'RUDDYSTEPHEN CRANE
                                Dick, who was still nominally of the faction of the reprobates, fell a-laughing when the news penetrated his mind.
                                A COUNTRY GENTLEMAN AND HIS FAMILYMRS. (MARGARET) OLIPHANT
                                Let it not be (as says St. Paul) that we, preaching to others, behold ourselves in the irreparable danger of becoming reprobates.
                                THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, 14931898, VOLUME XXXVI, 16491666VARIOUS
                                What a glorious thing to deliver these reprobates into the hands of justice!
                                THE CASTLE OF ANDALUSIAJOHN O'KEEFFE
                                As if the miserable, pusillanimous reprobates did not know it as well as you!
                                CLEMENCERETTA BABCOCK
                                This affectation is not of modern date, for Wallis mentions it in his time and reprobates it.
                                DISSERTATION ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGENOAH WEBSTER, JR.
                                Leaving our Cuquila reprobates in friendly and gentle mood, we started for Tlaxiaco, where we arrived at half-past two.
                                IN INDIAN MEXICO (1908)FREDERICK STARR
                                SYNONYM OF THE DAY
                                OCTOBER 26, 1985
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