Reprehensible

Terjemahan dari reprehensible
adjektiva
tercela
despicable, disgraceful, reprehensible, deplorable, ignoble, ignominious
yg patut dicela
reprovable, reprehensible, censurable, culpable
yg patut dipersalahkan
culpable, reprehensible
yg patut dihukum
punishable, culpable, reprehensible
Definisi reprehensible
adjektiva
deserving censure or condemnation.
his complacency and reprehensible laxity
sinonim: deplorable, disgraceful, discreditable, despicable, blameworthy, culpable, wrong, bad, shameful, dishonorable, objectionable, opprobrious, repugnant, inexcusable, unforgivable, indefensible, unjustifiable, criminal, sinful, scandalous, iniquitous, exceptionable
Sinonim
adjektiva
  • deplorable, disgraceful, discreditable, despicable, blameworthy, culpable, wrong, bad,shameful, dishonorable, objectionable, opprobrious, repugnant, inexcusable, unforgivable,indefensible, unjustifiable, criminal, sinful, scandalous, iniquitous, exceptionable
  • condemnable, criminal, vicious, deplorable
Contoh
Magee argues that Wagner’s anti-Semitism, though reprehensible , was not mirrored in his work, but his extenuations have the tone of a capable defense attorney pleading for us to exercise reasonable doubt.
That the tragedy and those at its center should be exploited for ratings and political gain is not just wrong – it’s reprehensible .
Equally troubling are the myths of geographical entitlement that undergird the reprehensibleeuphemism of ‘ethnic cleansing’.
I happen to view myself in a very human way, and I describe the mistakes I made and the way I acted sometimes as being pretty reprehensible .
Read my previous posts, the examples I cite as ethically or morally reprehensible business practices.
It’s a long way from either reprehensible or genius.
Globalization processes create academically uncomfortable and sometimes politically reprehensibleforms of hybrid histories, all shadowed by commodifications of various sorts.
They are all shallow and their actions, attitudes, and values reprehensible .
It seemed a reprehensible use of one’s arbitrary social status.
Nothing in rural France is more reprehensible than a piece of cultivable ground left unattended.
I told the publisher that I thought that was totally reprehensible .
All this frivolity works well in supporting a movie that, by its nature, falls into university cliches except for the refreshing fact that its characters are more reprehensible than usual.
I think Oliver’s actions would be entirely reprehensible were it not for the fact that Madeleine herself sometimes appears to be a willing – and possibly witting – participant in his ruse.
But his behavior toward his son is often reprehensible .
To vandalize an art work – even a bad art work, even a morally reprehensible art work – is to adopt the tactics of the enemies of culture.
Plagiarism is first and foremost a moral crime – it’s about deception, and it’s reprehensible because the plagiarist is passing off someone else’s ideas or words as his own.
A venial sin, in economic terms, is an expression of greed that’s reprehensible enough to warrant punishment but not so serious that it significantly undercuts the country’s long-term growth.
The kind of Family of Man photography that promotes an upbeat ‘love conquers all’ sentimentality Sontag finds morally reprehensible in its naivety.
As a nation, we have become so desensitized to the immoral and the reprehensible that ads like these can run in not one, but at least two (that I know of) national women’s magazines.
There is no doubt that individual scientists have said things that are reprehensible and that they have been wrong but that in no way undermines the scientific enterprise.
Under this definition of ‘reprehensibility,’ the reprehensibility of that fraud should be measured against the potential harm to everyone the defendant tried to harm or exposed to injury through its reckless conduct.
He already knows you’ve behaved reprehensibly – after all, selfishness and pettiness are the crux of his worldview.
The chance of disaster was appreciably high and you voluntarily and reprehensibly took that risk with its terrible consequences.
Both parties behave reprehensibly to each other throughout the film until the all-too-convenient happy ending.
Attempting to prove the legal reprehensibility of the enemy can only result in entangling one’s own forces in the very litigation one is attempting to impose on the enemy.
Clifford’s contention about the reprehensibility of believing without or against the evidence still stands.
It’s morally reprehensibly and against all the foundations of a civil society to allow people who have not been tried, charged or otherwise told why they’ve been detained to be kept without release.
Yet it has been given spurious credibility by talking heads on television, by jargonising think-tanks, by politicians and, most reprehensibly , by complicit academics in quest of knighthoods and patronage.
The court held that subsequent acts of repair should lessen the jury’s final judgement about thereprehensibility of an act.
Its reprehensibility apart, this form of control is hardly enforceable in the long run, given that women’s collection activities are necessary for household subsistence.

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