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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A person without moral scruples v. - Reject (documents) as invalid; Express strong disapproval of; Abandon to eternal damnation adj. - Marked by immorality.

Usage examples (29)
  • If I thought he was a reprobate, I wouldn't help him.
  • Noun : a drunken reprobate
  • It is an absurd assertion, that "the demerits of the reprobate are the subordinate means of bringing them onward to destined destruction."
  • Compare the equivalent term, "reprobate," Jer 6: 30; 2Co 13: 6. for more
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