Definition of Reprehensibly

1. Adverb. In a manner or to a degree deserving blame or censure.

Exact synonyms: Culpably
Partainyms: Culpable, Reprehensible



Definition of Reprehensibly

1. Adverb. In a reprehensible manner. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reprehensibly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reprehensibly

reprecipitation
reprecipitations
repreeve
repreeved
repreeves
reprefe
reprehend
reprehended
reprehender
reprehenders
reprehending
reprehends
reprehensibility
reprehensible
reprehensibles
reprehensibly (current term)
reprehension
reprehensions
reprehensive
reprehensively
reprehensory
repreparation
reprepare
represent
representability
representable
representable functor
representable functors
representamen
representamina

Literary usage of Reprehensibly

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1. An Italian and English Dictionary with Pronunciation and Brief Etymologies by August Hjalmar Edgren, Giuseppe Bico, John Lawrence Gerig (1901)
"reprehensibly. -pren- sione, F.: reprehension (rebuke), -pren- sivo, ADJ.: reprehensive (reproving). ..."

2. American Education by Andrew Sloan Draper (1909)
"... unless for immorality, pronounced incompetency, or manifest inability to perform his part of the agreement, would act very reprehensibly and unlawfully. ..."

3. American Education by Andrew Sloan Draper (1909)
"... unless for immorality, pronounced incompetency, or manifest inability to perform his part of the agreement, would act very reprehensibly and unlawfully. ..."

4. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1822)
"Had he, indeed, entered into translations which are reprehensibly a ... and reprehensibly careless, and pointed out where they were defective in style, ..."

5. The Unitarian: A Monthly Magazine of Liberal Christianity edited by Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott (1897)
"But Carlyle's self-sufficient pride and pessimism, reprehensibly as they are sometimes manifested toward mankind at large, are even more reprehensibly ..."

6. Rossmoyne by Duchess (1906)
"How Monica makes a most important discovery, and, changing suddenly from "lively to severe," is reprehensibly cruel to a most unoffending young man. ..."

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