a depraved, unprincipled, or wicked person:
a drunken reprobate.
a person rejected by God and beyond hope of salvation.
morally depraved; unprincipled; bad.
rejected by God and beyond hope of salvation.
verb (used with object), reprobated, reprobating.
to disapprove, condemn, or censure.
(of God) to reject (a person), as for sin; exclude from the number of the elect or from salvation.
morally unprincipled; depraved
(Christianity) destined or condemned to eternal punishment in hell
an unprincipled, depraved, or damned person
a disreputable or roguish person: the old reprobate
to disapprove of; condemn
(of God) to destine, consign, or condemn to eternal punishment in hell
that which is rejected on account of its own worthlessness (Jer. 6:30; Heb. 6:8; Gr. adokimos, “rejected”). This word is also used with reference to persons cast away or rejected because they have failed to make use of opportunities offered them (1 Cor. 9:27; 2 Cor. 13:5-7).
noun 1. disapproval, condemnation, or censure. 2. rejection. 3. Theology. rejection by God, as of persons excluded from the number of the elect or from salvation. noun 1. disapproval, blame, or censure 2. (Christianity) condemnation to eternal punishment in hell; rejection by God
adjective 1. reprobating; expressing reprobation.
verb (used with object), probed, probing. 1. to search into or examine thoroughly; question closely: to probe one’s conscience. 2. to examine or explore with a probe. verb (used without object), probed, probing. 3. to examine or explore with or as if with a probe. noun 4. the act of probing. 5. a slender surgical […]
verb (used without object) 1. to move or go forward or onward, especially after stopping. 2. to carry on or continue any action or process. 3. to go on to do something. 4. to continue one’s discourse. 5. Law. to begin and carry on a legal action. to take legal action (usually followed by against). […]