You look at me as if you thought this reprehension were undeserved!
Their presumption is so notorious, that, either by disgust or alarm, it keeps off reprehension.
She now opened all those floodgates of reprehension, which had been shut so long.
I say then, that reprehension and reprimand can scarcely ever be necessary.
But as to the reprehension itself, it would seem to have been not on a point of doctrine at all, but of conduct.
It behoveth therefore such a one to be free from all cause of reprehension.
We are the proper subjects of reprehension, and may reasonably expect corresponding tokens of Divine displeasure.
The day had not yet arrived when the great were to endure the freedom of reprehension.
He is terrible in reprehension, but mild and full of love in instruction; cheerful, but with steadfast earnestness.
He to whom my reprehension does not apply, will not receive it.
late 14c., from Old French reprehension (12c.) or directly from Latin reprehensionem (nominative reprehensio) "blame, a censure, reprimand," literally "a taking again," noun of action from past participle stem of reprehendere (see reprehend).