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verb tr.: To reprimand or censure.
From Latin reprobare (to disapprove), from re- (opposite) + probare (to approve), from probus (good). Earliest documented use: 1330.
"The coroner then reproved them for their 'un-Englishman-like conduct'."
Sandra Hempel; John St John Long; The Lancet (London, UK); May 3, 2014.
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