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synonyms for reprobating

  • slam
  • abuse
  • belittle
  • blame
  • carp
  • cavil
  • censure
  • condemn
  • denounce
  • deprecate
  • disparage
  • lambaste
  • reprehend
  • reprobate
  • skin
  • alive
  • denunciate
  • find fault
  • run down
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antonyms for reprobating

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  • approve
  • build up
  • commend
  • compliment
  • endorse
  • exonerate
  • laud
  • praise
  • sanction
  • offer
  • endorse
  • agree
  • meet
  • face
  • allow
  • approve
  • accept
  • OK
  • grant
  • consent
  • sanction
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    How to use reprobating in a sentence

    On the whole Mr. Spectator has perhaps done wisely in humouring as well as reprobating.
    A CURSORY HISTORY OF SWEARINGJULIAN SHARMAN
    The more learned ecclesiastics will indeed have the secret satisfaction of reprobating in the closet what they read in the church.
    MEMOIRS OF MY LIFE AND WRITINGSEDWARD GIBBON
    But it will be replied, Custom is the legislator of language, and custom authorizes the practice I am reprobating.
    DISSERTATION ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGENOAH WEBSTER, JR.
    If you should happen to be of my opinion with respect to these innovations, you will use your authority in reprobating them.
    THE COMPLETE WORKS IN PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS AND MORALS OF THE LATE DR. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, [VOL 2 OF 3]BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
    Bradlaugh, on his part, took the—for him—unprecedented course of addressing a public letter to the judge, reprobating his conduct.
    CHARLES BRADLAUGH: A RECORD OF HIS LIFE AND WORK, VOLUME II (OF 2)HYPATIA BRADLAUGH BONNER AND J. M. (JOHN MACKINNON) ROBERTSON
    I reprobated it at the time, and I wish to be understood as reprobating it once more on this occasion.
    THE WOMAN IN WHITEWILKIE COLLINS
    I discovered that many, if not most of the compositions, contained allusions to mob-law; of course, reprobating it.
    RETROSPECT OF WESTERN TRAVEL, VOLUME II (OF 2)HARRIET MARTINEAU
    The high contracting parties, therefore, join in reprobating any other than an entirely voluntary immigration for these purposes.
    THE TREATY WITH CHINA, ITS PROVISIONS EXPLAINEDMARK TWAIN
    It was in vain that the Muftis interposed, reprobating so great a profanation, and uttering warnings as to its consequences.
    THE INTERNATIONAL WEEKLY MISCELLANY, VOLUME I. NO. 9.VARIOUS
    All must agree in reprobating the mode he selected to show his resentment, and the place where the act was committed.
    THE LIFE OF ALBERT GALLATINHENRY ADAMS
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