Mendicancy, preaching, hearing confessions, and teaching publicly were the capital sins that consigned the Friars to reprobation.
Here is an instance of the apparition of a man and woman who were in a state of reprobation.
I can hardly forgive my teachers and would not myself be condemned in a like reprobation.
Nor, if I take his suggestion, is there any sense in covering him with reprobation.
This feeling of reprobation is genuine, normal, and wholesome.
Not so; sin, as sin, can never be sufficiently stamped with the brand of reprobation.
If I really give them cause for reprobation they will be neither wiser, nor better, nor sorrier.
And Mrs. Berrington paused, in the extremity of her reprobation.
In South America generally, the character of the priesthood is unfortunately open to reprobation.
They discover, even in an Oratorio, copious matter for reprobation.