Definition of Reproved

1. Verb. (past of reprove) ¹



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Definition of Reproved

1. reprove [v] - See also: reprove

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reproved

reproof
reproofed
reproofs
repropagate
repropagated
repropagates
repropagating
repros
reproterol
reprotoxic
reprovable
reproval
reprovals
reprove
reproveable
reproved (current term)
reprover
reprovers
reproves
reprovest
reproveth
reproving
reprovingly
reprovision
reprovisioned
reprovisioning
reprovisionment
reprovisions
reprune
repruned

Literary usage of Reproved

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1. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of the Christian People by William Sewel (1844)
"And now he began to behave himself very disrespectfully, and was on that account sharply reproved by the aforesaid Thomas Lloyd ; to whom he did not stick ..."

2. Institutes of the Christian Religion by Jean Calvin (1844)
"... that when Peter acted with some degree of unfaithfulness, he was reproved by him, and stood corrected by the reproof, (m) All these things fully prove, ..."

3. Christian Non-resistance, in All Its Important Bearings, Illustrated and by Adin Ballou (1846)
"THE PROFANE SWEARER reproved AND SUBDUED. Mr. Deering, a puritan minister, being once at a public dinner, a gallant young man sat on the opposite side of ..."

4. Practical Sermons by Nathaniel William Taylor (1858)
"should be reproved." And I make the appeal to every individual in this house—have you not adopted some one of the expedients now specified, ..."

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