Deserving rebuke or censure; blameworthy. See Synonyms at blameworthy.(adjective)
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Use "reprehensible" in a sentence
"I guess what makes this so obviously reprehensible is the fact that this position is not grounded on any rationale but on unreasoned, exaggerated fear, and not a little bit of an ingredient called “sadism.”"
"The fact that some members of a group behave in reprehensible ways does not justify denying basic civil rights to all members."
"What makes this especially reprehensible is that these so-called advocates are pushing radical policies while remaining largely immune from the impact of these policies."