Definition of "reprehensibility" [reprehensibility]
The property of being reprehensible.(noun)
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Use "reprehensibility" in a sentence
"Its main problem is and and has always been its moral reprehensibility, which is practically infinite. jhNY: If I remember correctly, Albert Speer, thorugh prodigious use of"
"Mr. Gwire notes that presenting the punitive damages case to 12 new jurors was an unusual legal situation and required much of the original case to be re-presented because "reprehensibility" is a major factor in determining the amount of punitive damages."
""reprehensibility" now has constitutional overtones - especially as to the amount of punitive damages that a jury can award."