Thesaurus / reprobation

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He said, as to the decree of reprobation, he renounced and utterly abhorred it.
They listened with the calm of people for whom anathema, reprobation, malediction, and execration were their daily bread.
Fortunately she discovers the villainy of his plan, and tastes the reprobation of "the world" in time.
But I make no question which of these two writers is most entitled to reprobation.
A Saxon eilwagen is a machine nowise deserving of reprobation.
The effort was met by reprobation, and resented as an injury.
ANCIENT AND MODERN CELEBRATED FREETHINKERSCHARLES BRADLAUGH, A. COLLINS, AND J. WATTS
The grand truth of election is fully established; the repulsive error of reprobation, sedulously avoided.
ELIJAH THE TISHBITEC. (CHARLES) H. (HENRY) MACKINTOSH
And all the while, up and down the highway of her youth, raged the ancient dragons, renamed Election and Reprobation.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
If then his decree of election embraces the means to the accomplishment of the end, so also must his decree of reprobation.
Fisher, his hands in his pockets, looked after the departing stranger, nodding his head in reprobation.

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