Meaning of reproachable in English:

reproachable

Pronunciation /rɪˈprəʊtʃəb(ə)l/

adjective

See reproach

‘We cannot believe the government is moving to legalize the dog-eating practice of some Koreans, which is not only harmful to national interests but also disgraceful and reproachable.’
  • ‘You have to be smarter, more tenacious, less reproachable.’
  • ‘The US proposal is that the UN bans all cloning which it describes as ‘unethical, morally reproachable and contrary to due respect for the human person’.’
  • ‘However, this same reproachable conduct seems to be tolerable if the abuser is an already established member of the group.’
  • ‘The people that come in here are beyond reproachable.’