Definition of Reprehension

1. Noun. An act or expression of criticism and censure. "He had to take the rebuke with a smile on his face"




Definition of Reprehension

1. n. Reproof; censure; blame; disapproval.

Definition of Reprehension

1. Noun. the act, or an expression, of criticism, censure or condemnation; reprimand ¹

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Definition of Reprehension

1. prehension [n -S] - See also: prehension

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reprehension

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

Literary usage of Reprehension

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1. English Synonymes Explained in Alphabetical Order with Copious Illustrations by George Crabb (1887)
"... «9«*i the conduct of another: re- «Ml *> u>is words more or ]e- TVf Basier of a school may lie IM the reprehension of the parents «•pposed impropriety ..."

2. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1863)
"... and are declared worthy of the severest reprehension of a people who inherited the privileges of freemen and wish to preserve them unimpaired. Doc. 135. ..."

3. The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England: Together with an by Edward Hyde Clarendon (1849)
"... upon this reprehension and threat of the commons, positively refused to meddle further in the business, or to make any defence for the attorney. ..."

4. An exposition of the Creed by John Pearson (1857)
"... and sub- miss entreaties of the whole nation, to remove them, till he received a sharp reprehension and severe command from the emperor Tiberius. ..."

5. A Bibliographical and Critical Account of the Rarest Books in the English by John Payne Collier (1866)
"... -virtuous for them, who looked on virtue as a reprehension, and not a divertisement." FLEMING, ABRAHAM. ..."

6. A Bibliographical and Critical Account of the Rarest Books in the English by John Payne Collier (1866)
"... virtuous for them, who looked on virtue as a reprehension, and not a divertisement." FLEMING, ABRAHAM. ..."

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