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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Late Latin reprehensibilis, from Latin reprehendo; equivalent to reprehend +‎ -ible.

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reprehensible (comparative more reprehensible, superlative most reprehensible)

  1. Blameworthy, censurable, guilty.
  2. Deserving of reprehension.
    • 1998, Greg Morrow and Dylan Verheul, The Sandman Annotations, Sandman 14
      Scarlett O’Hara was the heroine of the novel/movie Gone with the Wind and the reprehensible sequel Scarlett.

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reprehensible (plural reprehensibles)

  1. A reprehensible person; a villain.

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Late Latin reprehensibilis, from Latin reprehendo.

AdjectiveEdit

reprehensible (plural reprehensibles)

  1. reprehensible

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