reprovable

  • 1 Reprovable — Re*prov a*ble (r? pr??v ? b l), a. [Cf. F. r[ e]prouvable.] Worthy of reproof or censure. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] Syn: Blamable; blameworthy; censurable; reprehensible; culpable; rebukable. [1913 Webster] {Re*prov a*ble*ness}, n. {Re*prov… …

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  • 2 reprovable — index blameful, blameworthy, guilty, reprehensible Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 reprovable — ir·reprovable; reprovable; …

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  • 4 reprovable — reprovableness, n. /ri prooh veuh beuhl/, adj. deserving of reproof. [1300 50; ME < MF, equiv. to reprov(er) to REPROVE + able ABLE] * * * …

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  • 5 reprovable — adjective reproachable …

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  • 6 reprovable — re|pro|va|ble Mot Pla Adjectiu invariable …

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  • 7 reprovable — rɪ pruːvÉ™bl adj. worthy of admonition, worthy of reproach; blameworthy, culpable; censurable, worthy of condemnation …

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  • 8 reprovable — a. Censurable, blamable, blameworthy, reproachable, culpable, reprehensible, deserving censure, worthy of blame, rebukable …

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  • 9 reprovable — re•prov•a•ble [[t]rɪˈpru və bəl[/t]] adj. deserving of reproof • Etymology: 1300–50; ME < MF, =reprov(er) to reprove+ able able …

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  • 10 reprovable — /rəˈpruvəbəl/ (say ruh proohvuhbuhl) adjective deserving of reproof …

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  • 11 reprovable — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French reprouvable, from reprouver, reprover to reprove + able obsolete : deserving reproof or censure : blameworthy, reprehensible …

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  • 12 Reprovableness — Reprovable Re*prov a*ble (r? pr??v ? b l), a. [Cf. F. r[ e]prouvable.] Worthy of reproof or censure. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] Syn: Blamable; blameworthy; censurable; reprehensible; culpable; rebukable. [1913 Webster] {Re*prov a*ble*ness}, n.… …

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  • 13 Reprovably — Reprovable Re*prov a*ble (r? pr??v ? b l), a. [Cf. F. r[ e]prouvable.] Worthy of reproof or censure. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] Syn: Blamable; blameworthy; censurable; reprehensible; culpable; rebukable. [1913 Webster] {Re*prov a*ble*ness}, n.… …

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  • 14 Reprevable — Re*prev a*ble (r? pr?v ? b l), a. Reprovable. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15 Alexandru Bogdan-Piteşti — Infobox Writer name = Alexandru Bogdan Piteşti caption = Photograph of Bogdan Piteşti (left) and Joséphin Péladan, during the latter s visit to Bucharest (1898) pseudonym = Ion Doican, Ion Duican birthdate = birth date|mf=yes|1870|6|13|mf=y… …

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  • 16 reprovingly — See reprovable. * * * …

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  • 17 reprover — See reprovable. * * * …

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  • 18 guilty — 1 adj guilt·i·er, est 1: having committed a crime: justly charged with a specified crime guilty of larceny 2: involving guilt or culpability guilty knowledge guilty 2 n 1: a plea of a c …

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  • 19 irreprovable — adjective Not reprovable; irreproachable …

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  • 20 blameful — I adjective abject, accusable, at fault, blamable, blameworthy, censorious, censurable, censured, chargeable, compunctious, condemnable, condemned, contemptible, contemptuous, corrupt, criminal, criminous, criticized, culpable, damnatory, decried …

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