Definition of "reprehensibly" [reprehensibly]

  • (adverb) In a reprehensible manner.

Use "reprehensibly" in a sentence

  • "Gordon Brown outlined fresh curbs on City bonuses today as he claimed some banks were still behaving "reprehensibly" despite the credit crunch."
  • "Prime Minister Gordon Brown wants a cap on bonuses, warning that financial institutions are still behaving "reprehensibly" despite the credit crunch."
  • ""No, no! I can only describe his conduct as eccentric -- what one might call reprehensibly eccentric and extravagant."

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