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Antonym: electSimilar words: probationprobablyprobabilityreprisalproblemprobitypro bonorepresentMeaning: ['reprəʊbeɪt]  n. a person without moral scruples. v. 1. reject (documents) as invalid 2. abandon to eternal damnation 3. express strong disapproval of. adj. marked by immorality; deviating from what is considered right or proper or good. 
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1. He has always been a bit of a reprobate.
2. You sinful old reprobate!
3. He disowned his reprobate son.
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4. When fighting the good fight against such a reprobate there is no need for critics to resort to dishonesty and excess.
5. After all, even a hardened reprobate like myself must have some standards to adhere to.
6. You cannot approbate and reprobate the same instrument.
7. He ventured to reprobate that common system.
8. Don't reprobate a weak and foolish girl's ignorance.
9. The reprobate and Satan will suffer eternal punishment in hell.
10. Every time I see you, you're drunk, you old reprobate.
11. Our household golden, Bjorn, raises his paw in a Teutonic salute so often, I fear he may have picked up Nazi sympathies from a reprobate gang of skinhead German pointers.
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