Definition for REP'RO-BATE


  1. To disapprove with detestation or marks of extreme dislike; to disallow; to reject. It expresses more than disapprove or disallow. We disapprove of slight faults and improprieties; we reprobate what is mean or criminal.
  2. In a milder sense, to disallow. Such an answer as this, is reprobated and disallowed of in law. – Ayliffe.
  3. To abandon to wickedness and eternal destruction. – Hammond.
  4. To abandon to his sentence, without hope or pardon. Drive him out / To reprobated exile. – Southern.

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