Reprobate

Antonyms of REPROBATE

Examples of usage:

  1. Diana was pleased to think that a remorseful reprobate might be dependent on her toil, and owe his reformation to her influence. "Charlotte's Inheritance" by M. E. Braddon
  2. It is the hard hap of the reprobate to do all things too late; to be sensible of his want of grace too late; to be sorry for sin too late; to seek repentance too late; to ask for mercy, and to desire to go to glory too late. "The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3" by John Bunyan
  3. Should my cousin prove a reprobate, no power on earth should compel me to be his. "Jane Talbot" by Charles Brockden Brown
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