It almost surprised me into talking seriously, a reprehensive habit I never allow myself.
They marched in good order, not turning to the right or left to plunder, and doing no reprehensive action.
But the fact remains that office brokerage is here held in reprehensive scorn and professional office-seeking in contempt.
Hence, it sent Bering one message after the other reprehensive of his course.
There are, indeed, mannerists enough; and we mean not here to use the word in its reprehensive sense but they stand more alone.
late 14c., from Old French reprehension (12c.) or directly from Latin reprehensionem (nominative reprehensio) "blame, a censure, reprimand," literally "a taking again," noun of action from past participle stem of reprehendere (see reprehend).