- r in a manner or to a degree deserving blame or censure
- To question the reprehensibly disproportionate use of force is legitimate.
- The caricatured insinuation is always that His Holiness and His Excellency are reprehensibly in cahoots.
- China is not without indiscretions, but to equate the country with the Nazi regime is reprehensibly unjust.
News & Articles
- What Is Chris Christie Doing Right?
He’s hugely popular in a state way to his left. He’s unafraid to take on a national party considerably to his right. And he’s most adored when he’s acting reprehensibly.
Aug. 5, 2013 - Forbes
- Richard Blumenthal in Hartford Courant
It has repeatedly and reprehensibly polluted that river and killed marine life,Blumenthal said.
- Melanie Sloan in Earthtimes.org
Melanie Sloan, CREW's executive director, stated, "Reprehensibly, Rep. Wilson attempted to influence the criminal justice process for partisan political gain and then tried to hide her misconduct from public scrutiny."
- Jim McGinty in WA today
Mr McGinty said the banks had acted "unconscionably and reprehensibly" by financing Bell Group while it was insolvent.