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Synonyms for reprobate

Synonyms for reprobate

to feel or express strong disapproval of

Synonyms for reprobate

reject (documents) as invalid

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abandon to eternal damnation

express strong disapproval of

deviating from what is considered moral or right or proper or good

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Since the play's most prominent potential reprobate is the subject of multiple theatrical reversals of spiritual expectation, the cumulative effect is not to show playgoers' assessments of Angelo's soul to be wrong, but to render all such judgments uncertain.
The source said that people of Oman didn't want him to perform there and he was called a reprobate and words like debauchery and Harm, which in Islam means a sinful act that displeases God, were used.
I reprobate this crime and call upon all Tunisians to show responsibility in the face of any form of political violence," Mr.
That week also saw the trial of another unhinged reprobate who, during his trial, grabbed a baby through the rails of the dock and kissed it many times while it''s mother sobbed and wailed, pleading for him to stop.
Reprobate Alex Hopper (Taylor Kitsch) enters into a career in the US Navy and manages to become a lieutenant, however his plans to marry his sweetheart - Sam Shane (Brooklyn Decker) - are put to the test since he must convince her father, an admiral in charge of the Pacific fleet, that he is a worthy match.
SOLUTION to Crossword July 29, 2012 ACROSS 1 Chaffinch, 7 Usual, 8 Prune, 9 Execrable, 10 Reprobate, 13 Tepid, 14 Eager, 15 Drugstore.
Tedashii has a song titled Identity 3 in which he raps about both the elect and the reprobate.
A sickening reprobate nicked my coat in a Manchester bar last week and the opportunity to meticulously scour roughly 76,212 Mancs (I know, most of them are from Suffolk, etc) for my beloved jacket is far too good to pass up.
Perkins's supralapsarian and atonement-limiting version of Reformed theology, which Moore dubs "strict Elizabethan particularism" (68), led Perkins to deny that the call of the gospel for sinners to believe implied that God desired to save the reprobate.
But the star of Aardman's darker side is Angry Kid, (pictured) a snot-nosed reprobate with a serious attitude problem.
The event was a reprobate downbeat photographic exhibit entitled Futureopolis, which did not even pretend to offer up any explanations for its content or orientation.
In this vein, Shakespeare takes some pains to imply disturbingly that Desdemona, while certainly not a reprobate, is non-elect (in the sense that Article XVII of the Church of England implies that those who are not elect may not be reprobates but simply nonelect).
THE chubby-cheeked American kid on US comedy Two and a Half Men might possibly be one of the most unappealing youngsters on telly, but Charlie Sheen is perfect as young Jake's reprobate uncle.
Am I listed on some suspect reprobate database, as well?