How To Use Reprehend In A Sentence

  • Once she had upset Sophie because Sophie was playing with her dolls and making much noise and Adele tried to reprehend her.
  • To reprehend princes is dangerous; and to over-commend some of them is palpable lying. The White Devil
  • Gentles, do not reprehend: with Hero Histories, we will mend: This is the End My Friends | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News
  • But it's odd that we have to step outside of the language of public life when we want to express authentic indignation or forcefully reprehend somebody simply for being bad, which, while I'm at it, is another word that Dickens took a lot more seriously than we do. Madoff: A Scoundrel Or A Sociopath?
  • Palmerston, who expressed himself as "extremely flattered and highly gratified" by the references to himself, did not in terms reprehend the language used of the two Sovereigns, and added, in a phrase immortalised by Leech's cartoon, that The Letters of Queen Victoria, Vol 2 (of 3), 1844-1853 A Selection from her Majesty's correspondence between the years 1837 and 1861
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  • In such esteem it continued for many ages, till at length Mesue and some other Arabians began to reject and reprehend it, upon whose authority for many following lustres, it was much debased and quite out of request, held to be poison and no medicine; and is still oppugned to this day by [4225] Crato and some junior physicians. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • Prosperous emperor in the sky is a how don't deem appearance, how of be oneself's wife beaten, can not also reprehend him?
  • The modification of old-fashioned rules in this regard has made the lines faint, it is true, and there is no book on etiquette that does not reprehend as “unbecoming a gentleman” smoking in drawing-rooms, boudoirs, dining-rooms, restaurants, where now men not only are allowed, and invited, to smoke, but where highly respectable women have been known to join them. Smoking Etiquette | Edwardian Promenade
  • Reprehending the simplicity of some sottish husbands: And discovering the wanton subtilties of some women, to compasse their unlawfull desires The Decameron
  • But above all, Sir Anthony, she should be mistress of orthodoxy, that she might not misspell and mispronounce words so shamefully as girls usually do; and likewise that she might reprehend the true meaning of what she is saying. Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12: (Mala)Props to the Houseguests.
  • Sympathies are continually reshuffled, and you end up questioning all values in the play - the ones Baitz seems to uphold and the ones he appears to reprehend.
  • Philip, perceiving some of the company uneasy at this discourse, said: Pray spare us, sir, and be not so severe upon us; for we were the first that found fault with that custom when it first began to be countenanced in Rome, and reprehended those who thought Plato fit to entertain us whilst we were making merry, and who would hear his dialogues whilst they were eating cates and scattering perfumes. Essays and Miscellanies
  • I knew my posture had been less than perfect and knowing I had not left with the others I feared he wished to reprehend me.
  • XIV., would not meet with a very gentle reception from the learned; he who is disposed to reprehend Virgil for having described King A Philosophical Dictionary
  • Aye used to reprehend him to use his right hand when he was a little boy, but he wasn't very successful and the king always had his way.
  • Epictetus: optime feceris si ea fugeris quae in alio reprehendis. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • Quare quis tandem me reprehendat, si quantum ad cæteris festos dies ludorum celebrandos, quantum ad alias voluptates, et ad ipsam requiem animi et corporis conceditur temporis: Quantum alii tempestivis conviviis, quantum aleæ, quantum pilæ, tantum mihi egomet ad hæc studia recolenda, sumpsero. The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Principal Saints January, February, March
  • I myself reprehend his own person, for I am his grace’s tharborough: but I would see his own person in flesh and blood. Love’s Labour ’s Lost
  • Tolstoy particularly reprehended the widely held view of Dostoyevsky as a ‘prophet and saint,’ someone immersed in the conflict between Good and Evil.
  • She was about to get careless and stroll on casually, but she was able to reprehend herself from doing so.
  • Indiana, now, was preparing to scream, and Miss Margland was looking round to see whom she should reprehend; but young Westwyn, coolly opening the door, with a strong arm, and an able jerk, twisted the perfumer into the passage, saying, 'You may send somebody for your goods.' Camilla
  • My intent is not to lecture or reprehend - surely, I have my vices and my insalubrious addictions.
  • I myself reprehend his own person, for I am his Grace’s tharborough: but I would see his own person in flesh and blood. Act I. Scene I. Love’s Labour’s Lost
  • When he, like a loyall and most honourable man, sharpely reprehended her fond and idle love: And when shee would have embraced him about the necke to have kissed him; he repulsed her roughly from him, protesting upon his honourable reputation, that rather then hee would so wrong his The Decameron
  • An honest plaine meaning man, (simply and conscionably) reprehended the malignity, hypocrisie, and misdemeanour of many The Decameron
  • His conduct deserves to be reprehended.
  • I myself reprehend his own person, for I am his grace's tharborough: but I would see his own person in flesh and blood. Love's Labour's Lost
  • And that such as have a great and false opinion of their own wisdom take upon them to reprehend the actions and call in question the authority of them that govern, and so to unsettle the laws with their public discourse, as that nothing shall be a crime but what their own designs require should be so. Leviathan

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