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reprehensible

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreprehensiblerep‧re‧hen‧si‧ble /ˌreprɪˈhensəbəl/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 BAD BEHAVIOUR OR ACTIONSreprehensible behaviour is very bad and deserves criticism 🔊 I find their behaviour morally reprehensible.
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reprehensibleI find their behavior morally reprehensible.His crackdown on asylum seekers and his humiliating voucher system are reprehensible.Is the decline, where documented, reprehensible?Keeping remand prisoners in police stations is another matter and is reprehensible.Yet in both passages the complaints are clearly meant to be regarded as reprehensible.In Los dos amigos the parents feelings are proved reprehensible and unjust and the virtuous characters' attitudes praiseworthy.It was highly reprehensible for a young girl who had not been properly initiated into the status of motherhood to become pregnant.Sweetman splits his subject in half into Gauguin, a morally reprehensible man, and Gauguin, a heroic artist.But they do suggest that public funds were used for private purposes in a reprehensible way.morally reprehensibleSweetman splits his subject in half into Gauguin, a morally reprehensible man, and Gauguin, a heroic artist.
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