A lot of good in the world comes from people who seem, at the time, to be reprehensible.
Then again, some of them doubtless think it reprehensible that he speak at a memorial service for an old "communist".
But he described the “very personal insults” directed at the two air hostesses and pilot “as nothing short of reprehensible.”
They were an ocean apart, and more to the point, they did not engage in reprehensible reporting tactics.
The latest documents make the four days of closings seem all the more reckless and reprehensible.
If she cared nothing for him, she was acting in a reprehensible manner.
Had I known, my conduct in coming to you as I did would have been reprehensible.
All boisterous behavior, loud laughing and talking, are as reprehensible in the train as they are in the drawing-room.
Does your law, then, not consider him reprehensible in that desire?
Besides, the abduction of a child is an utterly illegal and reprehensible act—no matter what the motive.
late 14c., from Old French reprehensible (14c.) or directly from Late Latin reprehensibilis, from reprehens-, past participle stem of Latin reprehendere (see reprehend). Related: Reprehensibly; reprehensibility.