Reprobate meaning

rĕprə-bāt
Reprobate means without morals and without shame.

An example of a reprobate individual is Satan.

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Rejected by God and without hope of salvation.
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Morally unprincipled; shameless.
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To reprobate is defined as to send to hell, condemn or disapprove.

An example of to reprobate is for God to send someone to hell.

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To disapprove of; condemn.
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To abandon to eternal damnation. Used of God.
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To disapprove of strongly; condemn.
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Damned.
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A person damned; lost soul.
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Rejected by God; damned, sinful.
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The definition of a reprobate is person without morals or one who is condemned to hell.

An example of a reprobate is a person who constantly commits crimes.

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A morally unprincipled person.
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One who is predestined to damnation.
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To reject.
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An unprincipled or totally bad person.
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(rare) Rejected; cast off as worthless.
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Immoral, having no religious or principled character.

The reprobate criminal sneered at me.

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One rejected by God; a sinful person.
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An individual with low morals or principles.
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To have strong disapproval of something; to condemn.
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Of God: to abandon or reject, to deny eternal bliss.
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To refuse, set aside.
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To damn.
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Origin of reprobate

  • From Middle English condemned from Late Latin reprobātus past participle of reprobāre to reprove Latin re- opposite re– Latin probāre to approve prove

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin reprobatus (“disapproved, rejected, condemned"), past participle of reprobare.

    From Wiktionary

  • From Latin reprobare.

    From Wiktionary