reproof

Guilt vs Reproof - What's the difference?

guilt | reproof |


As nouns the difference between guilt and reproof

is that guilt is responsibility for wrongdoing while reproof is act or instance of reproving; a rebuke.

As verbs the difference between guilt and reproof

is that guilt is (obsolete) to commit offenses; act criminally while reproof is to proof again.

Reprehend vs Reproof - What's the difference?

reprehend | reproof |


As verbs the difference between reprehend and reproof

is that reprehend is to criticize, to reprove while reproof is to proof again.

As a noun reproof is

act or instance of reproving; a rebuke.

Reproof vs Reprieve - What's the difference?

reproof | reprieve |


As nouns the difference between reproof and reprieve

is that reproof is act or instance of reproving; a rebuke while reprieve is the cancellation or postponement of a punishment.

As verbs the difference between reproof and reprieve

is that reproof is to proof again while reprieve is to cancel or postpone the punishment of someone, especially an execution.

Stricture vs Reproof - What's the difference?

stricture | reproof | Related terms |

Stricture is a related term of reproof.


As nouns the difference between stricture and reproof

is that stricture is (usually in plural) a rule restricting behaviour or action while reproof is act or instance of reproving; a rebuke.

As a verb reproof is

to proof again.

Reproof vs Abuse - What's the difference?

reproof | abuse | Related terms |

Reproof is a related term of abuse.


As verbs the difference between reproof and abuse

is that reproof is to proof again while abuse is .

As a noun reproof

is act or instance of reproving; a rebuke.

Reproof vs Ticket - What's the difference?

reproof | ticket | Related terms |

Reproof is a related term of ticket.


As nouns the difference between reproof and ticket

is that reproof is act or instance of reproving; a rebuke while ticket is ticket.

As a verb reproof

is to proof again.

Reproof vs Dispraise - What's the difference?

reproof | dispraise | Related terms |

Reproof is a related term of dispraise.


As verbs the difference between reproof and dispraise

is that reproof is to proof again while dispraise is to notice with disapprobation or some degree of censure; to disparage, to criticize.

As a noun reproof

is act or instance of reproving; a rebuke.

Reproof vs Repulse - What's the difference?

reproof | repulse | Related terms |

Reproof is a related term of repulse.


As nouns the difference between reproof and repulse

is that reproof is act or instance of reproving; a rebuke while repulse is the act of repulsing or the state of being repulsed.

As verbs the difference between reproof and repulse

is that reproof is to proof again while repulse is to repel or drive back.

Reproof vs Reprobation - What's the difference?

reproof | reprobation | Related terms |

Reproof is a related term of reprobation.


As nouns the difference between reproof and reprobation

is that reproof is act or instance of reproving; a rebuke while reprobation is reprobation, disapproval.

As a verb reproof

is to proof again.

Admonish vs Reproof - What's the difference?

admonish | reproof |


As verbs the difference between admonish and reproof

is that admonish is to warn or notify of a fault; to reprove gently or kindly, but seriously; to exhort while reproof is to proof again.

As a noun reproof is

act or instance of reproving; a rebuke.

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