Reprobates vs Rebrobates - What's the difference?

reprobates | rebrobates |


As verbs the difference between reprobates and rebrobates

is that reprobates is (reprobate) while rebrobates is (rebrobate).

As a noun reprobates

is .

reprobates

English

Noun

(head)
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (reprobate)
  • Anagrams

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    rebrobates

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (rebrobate)

  • rebrobate

    English

    Verb

  • Disapprove of
  • * 1826 , Daniel Webster, "Adams and Jefferson", in Lewis Gaylord Clark, Wilbur M. Hayward, eds., The Life, Eulogy, and Great Orations of Daniel Webster , 1854
  • The country, it may safely be added, is not likely to be willing either to approve, or to rebrobate , indiscriminately, and in the aggregate, all the measures of either or of any, administration.

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Lost, abandoned
  • * 1749 , Jonathan Edwards, "Inquiry concerning Qualifications for Communion"
  • Mr. Stoddard says, "This person that had not a wedding garment, was a reprobate but every one that partakes of the Lord's supper without grace is not a rebrobate ." I answer, all that will be found in the king's house without grace when the king comes in to see the guests, are doubtless reprobates.
  • * 1876 , James Gibbons, The Faith of Our Fathers , page 218
  • God "will render to every man according to his works," — to the pure and unsullied everlasting bliss; to the "rebrobate " eternal damnation; […].