Pronunciation of Reprobate
/ɹɪpɹˈɒbe͡ɪt/, /ɹɪpɹˈɒbeɪt/, /ɹ_ɪ_p_ɹ_ˈɒ_b_eɪ_t/
Synonyms for reprobate:
Other synonyms and related words:
black sheep, degraded, immoral, deselect, corrupt, loose, worm, reprove, decry, excoriate, decadent, perverted, kinky, hardened, debased, vicious, deny, objurgate, dissolute, disallow, distorted, reprehend, condemn, censure, turn down, black, varlet, libertine, scapegrace, wayward, bad, wretch, shameful, lewd, scold, iniquitous, impeach, disapprove, evil, sinful, misrepresented, chasten, deplore, sick, peccant, convict, contrary, jackleg, denounce, trespasser, caitiff, Rakehell, blame, sentence, twisted, chafe, damned, depraved, warped, spurn, debauched, nazi, wrong, perverse, impious, unclean, execrate, scalawag, obstinate, anathematize, rakish, doom, wicked, dissipated, repudiate.
Sense 3 (noun)
bad person (noun)
lecher, backslider, malingerer, swine, scamp, rapscallion, jezebel, blackguard, hog, slob, degenerate, shyster, traitor, scoundrel, pervert, slattern, pig, bad guy, heel, knave, rogue, villain, rascal, miscreant, criminal.
Usage examples for reprobate:
- But he asked me nothing, and from talking of me- listen to this Father Karnis- and saying that the great Father in Heaven had granted me every good gift, he went on to speak of you as a wicked, perverse and reprobate old heathen." - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- I hope it ain't a reprobate. - "Aunt Jane of Kentucky", Eliza Calvert Hall.
- So I steer clear of the young reprobate. - "Ten Nights in a Bar Room", T. S. Arthur.