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- adj. Deserving reproach.
- adj. Opprobrious; scurrilous; reproachful; abusive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Deserving reproach.
- Opprobrious; scurrilous; reproachful; abusive.
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Someone more teflon, less reproachable, … Huntsman.
We all easily assimilated ourselves into the goth subculture there, which was slowly evolving into the reproachable emo movement that swept through suburban communities after nu metal and mall punk began to subside.
But to use it as your poster line to fill your coffers while stereotyping an entire community is very reproachable.
"This represents an absolutely reproachable act that fills the entire society with indignation," Interior Minister Fernando G mez-Mont told a news conference.
Or is it just that what Bellesiles thinks is reproachable is quite at odds with what the vast majority of the reading public thinks?
But there are socially responsible ways to bring about change, and then there are the reproachable, inhumane tactics that Che and Fidel routinely practiced to get their way.
Most Panelists also accept the extended meaning relating to less reproachable behavior.
I would like it if there weren't an exaggeration of reproachable behavior for women, and that human values were recovered, instead of wielding such themes as sex and homosexuality in such an aggressive manner, says Aguilar.
Says Steyn: "Such is the fear of being perceived to be aligned with what is morally reproachable that even to talk about 'race' could implicate one in racism."
But at all events, says Ghotakamukha, a girl who has been already joined with others (i.e. no longer a maiden) should never be loved, for it would be reproachable to do such a thing.