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- adv. In a reprehensible manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With reprehension, or so as to merit it; culpably; in a manner to deserve censure or reproof.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a manner or to a degree deserving blame or censure
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Gordon Brown outlined fresh curbs on City bonuses today as he claimed some banks were still behaving "reprehensibly" despite the credit crunch.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown wants a cap on bonuses, warning that financial institutions are still behaving "reprehensibly" despite the credit crunch.
"No, no! I can only describe his conduct as eccentric -- what one might call reprehensibly eccentric and extravagant.
Recently, 1Sky worked with Appalachian Voices on a video that speaks to the need to protect Appalachia from the reprehensibly destructive practice of mountaintop removal:
But what if up until that point they'd shown little sign of behaving so reprehensibly?
Fox News, by its actions against LL Cool J and Toby Keith as well as well as the remarks against LL Cool J, have acted reprehensibly and dishonestly.
The apparent front runner for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination has given new birth to the wacko "Birther" movement and is reprehensibly stoking the flames of racism in America.
The novel, a sort of young adult Rashomon, was aborted when a partial, early draft was reprehensibly leaked online.
This underscores that the President had constitutional authority to order warrantless surveillance; that the cooperating telecoms were not only being patriotic but exercising sound judgment when they complied with requests for assistance; and that the House Democrats are acting reprehensibly by refusing to consider the intelligence reform bill passed overwhelmingly in the Senate.
She agreed that INDOT and the governor were behaving reprehensibly.