Simple past tense and past participle of reprobate.(verb)
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Use "reprobated" in a sentence
"Baker observes but too truly, that the "State of Innocence" recals the idea reprobated by Marvell in his address to Milton:"
"Jonson's fault that many of his successors did precisely the thing that he had reprobated, that is, degrade the humour: into an oddity of speech, an eccentricity of manner, of dress, or cut of beard."
""reprobated" in addresses by John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, and"