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1. reprobate

noun. ['ˈrɛprɔbeɪt'] a person without moral scruples.

Synonyms

  • miscreant
  • offender
  • pervert
  • scapegrace
  • black sheep
  • deviate
  • deviant
  • wrongdoer
  • degenerate

Antonyms

  • normal
  • recuperate
  • better
  • moral

Etymology

  • reprobare (Latin)
  • reprobatus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Reprobate

  • abbate
  • labate

How do you pronounce reprobate?

Pronounce reprobate as ˈrɛprɔbeɪt.

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2. reprobate

verb. ['ˈrɛprɔbeɪt'] reject (documents) as invalid.

Antonyms

  • accept

Etymology

  • reprobare (Latin)
  • reprobatus (Latin)

3. reprobate

adjective. ['ˈrɛprɔbeɪt'] deviating from what is considered moral or right or proper or good.

Synonyms

  • perverse
  • perverted
  • depraved

Antonyms

  • good person
  • sadist
  • masochist
  • conform

Etymology

  • reprobare (Latin)
  • reprobatus (Latin)

4. reprobate

verb. ['ˈrɛprɔbeɪt'] abandon to eternal damnation.

Synonyms

  • sentence
  • condemn

Antonyms

  • straight
  • dishonesty
  • fresh

Etymology

  • reprobare (Latin)
  • reprobatus (Latin)

5. reprobate

verb. ['ˈrɛprɔbeɪt'] express strong disapproval of.

Synonyms

  • condemn
  • objurgate
  • decry
  • denounce

Antonyms

  • acquit
  • praise
  • incorruptness
  • honest

Etymology

  • reprobare (Latin)
  • reprobatus (Latin)

Sentences with reprobate


1. Noun, singular or mass
In particular, they generally believed in God's predestination of both the saved to salvation and the reprobate to damnation.

2. Adjective
Calvinism teaches that grace is unmerited favor, and that those who are called are incapable of resisting God's saving grace, just as those who are reprobate are incapable of receiving it.

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