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Adjective: reprobate  're-pru,beyt
  1. Deviating from what is considered moral, right, proper or good
    "the reprobate conduct of a gambling aristocrat";
    - depraved, perverse, perverted
Noun: reprobate  're-pru,beyt
  1. A person without moral scruples
    - miscreant
Verb: reprobate  're-pru,beyt
  1. Reject (documents) as invalid
  2. (theology) abandon to eternal damnation
    "God reprobated the unrepenting sinner"
  3. Express strong disapproval of
    "These ideas were reprobated";
    - condemn, decry, objurgate, excoriate

Derived forms: reprobated, reprobates, reprobating

See also: corrupt

Type of: condemn, denounce, denunciate, doom, offender, reject, sentence, wrongdoer

Antonym: approbate

Encyclopedia: Reprobate