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- Blameworthy, censurable, guilty.
- Deserving of reprehension.
- 2019, Gary Younge, “Shamima Begum has a right to British citizenship, whether you like it or not”, in Guardian.:
- We, as a society, should in some way be held accountable for how a 15-year-old girl went from watching Keeping Up With the Kardashians to joining a terrorist cult in a war zone. Begum was 15 when she did a reprehensible thing; Javid is 49. What’s his excuse?
- 2022 August 24, Bruce Healey, “Wartime tunnel crash: a miraculous escape”, in RAIL, number 964, page 52:
- At the inquest, the conduct of guard Austin was described as reprehensible.
deserving of reprehension
reprehensible (plural reprehensibles)
- A reprehensible person; a villain.
reprehensible m or f (masculine and feminine plural reprehensibles)