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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
abandoned, abominable, accursed, accuse, amoral, anathematize, anathemize, animadvert on, arraign, arrant, atrocious, backslider, bad, bad egg, bad lot, base, bastard, black, black sheep, blackguard, blackguardly, blamable, blame, blameworthy, call to account, cast blame upon, cast reflection upon, censure, complain against, condemn, contaminated, corrupt, corrupted, criminal, cry down, cry out against, cry out on, cry shame upon, cur, cursed, damn, damnable, damned, dark, debased, debauched, debauchee, decadent, decry, degenerate, degraded, denounce, denunciate, depraved, despicable, disapprove, disgraceful, dismiss, dissolute, evil, execrable, fallen angel, flagitious, flagrant, fleshly, foul, fulminate against, godless, good-for-nothing, graceless, heel, heinous, immoral, impeach, improper, impugn, indict, infamous, iniquitous, inveigh against, irredeemable, knave, knavish, knock, lecher, libertine, licentious, lost, lost sheep, lost soul, low, lowlife, mean, miscreant, monstrous, morally polluted, mundane, naughty, nefarious, nonsacred, notorious, peccant, pervert, perverted, pimp, polluted, profane, profligate, rake, rank, rap, rapscallion, rascal, rascally, recidivist, recreant, reflect upon, refuse, reject, reprehend, reprehensible, reproach, repudiate, roguish, rotten, roue, scalawag, scamp, scampish, scandalous, scapegrace, scoundrel, scoundrelly, secular, shake up, shameful, shameless, shriftless, sinful, skin, sorry lot, spurn, steeped in iniquity, tainted, temporal, trollop, turn down, unblessed, unconverted, unforgivable, unhallowed, unholy, unpardonable, unprincipled, unredeemed, unregenerate, unsacred, unsanctified, unspeakable, unworthy, vice-corrupted, vicious, vile, villain, villainous, vitiated, warped, wastrel, whore, wicked, worldly, wretch, wrong
Dictionary Results for reprobate:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
reprobate
    adj 1: deviating from what is considered moral or right or
           proper or good; "depraved criminals"; "a perverted sense
           of loyalty"; "the reprobate conduct of a gambling
           aristocrat" [syn: depraved, perverse, perverted,
           reprobate]
    n 1: a person without moral scruples [syn: reprobate,
         miscreant]
    v 1: reject (documents) as invalid [ant: approbate]
    2: abandon to eternal damnation; "God reprobated the unrepenting
       sinner"
    3: express strong disapproval of; "We condemn the racism in
       South Africa"; "These ideas were reprobated" [syn: condemn,
       reprobate, decry, objurgate, excoriate]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Reprobate \Rep"ro*bate\ (-b?t), a. [L. reprobatus, p. p. of
   reprobare to disapprove, condemn. See Reprieve, Reprove.]
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   1. Not enduring proof or trial; not of standard purity or
      fineness; disallowed; rejected. [Obs.]
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            Reprobate silver shall men call them, because the
            Lord hath rejected them.              --Jer. vi. 30.
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   2. Abandoned to punishment; hence, morally abandoned and
      lost; given up to vice; depraved.
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            And strength, and art, are easily outdone
            By spirits reprobate.                 --Milton.
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   3. Of or pertaining to one who is given up to wickedness; as,
      reprobate conduct. "Reprobate desire." --Shak.
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   Syn: Abandoned; vitiated; depraved; corrupt; wicked;
        profligate; base; vile. See Abandoned.
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3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Reprobate \Rep"ro*bate\, n.
   One morally abandoned and lost.
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         I acknowledge myself for a reprobate, a villain, a
         traitor to the king.                     --Sir W.
                                                  Raleigh.
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4. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Reprobate \Rep"ro*bate\ (-b?t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Reprobated
   (-b?`t?d); p. pr. & vb. n. Reprobating.]
   1. To disapprove with detestation or marks of extreme
      dislike; to condemn as unworthy; to disallow; to reject.
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            Such an answer as this is reprobated and disallowed
            of in law; I do not believe it, unless the deed
            appears.                              --Ayliffe.
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            Every scheme, every person, recommended by one of
            them, was reprobated by the other.    --Macaulay.
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   2. To abandon to punishment without hope of pardon.
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   Syn: To condemn; reprehend; censure; disown; abandon; reject.
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5. Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
Reprobate
   that which is rejected on account of its own worthlessness (Jer.
   6:30; Heb. 6:8; Gr. adokimos, "rejected"). This word is also
   used with reference to persons cast away or rejected because
   they have failed to make use of opportunities offered them (1
   Cor. 9:27; 2 Cor. 13:5-7).
   

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