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  • n  rejection by God; the state of being condemned to eternal misery in Hell
  • n  severe disapproval

  • The skeptics can go on repeating ad nauseam that an Obama presidency will change nothing about American hyperpower and the reprobation it elicits.
  • Cardinal Luque referred to the riot as "those unspeakable happenings that merit all our reprobation because of their seriousness and the notably criminal circumstances surrounding .
  • In a front-page article, it noted: "The reprobation against Franco's excesses gives a good conscience to other nations at a time when political torture exists in 70 countries.

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