Synonyms of reprobate in English:

reprobate


See definition of reprobate

noun

1‘even a hardened reprobate like myself has some standards to adhere to’

SYNONYMS
rogue, rascal, scoundrel, good-for-nothing, villain, wretch, unprincipled person, rake, profligate, degenerate, debauchee, libertine
troublemaker, mischief-maker, wrongdoer, evil-doer, transgressor, sinner
roué, vaurien
informal scallywag, bad egg
North American informal scofflaw, hellion
informal, dated rotter, bounder
dated cad, ne'er-do-well
archaic miscreant, blackguard, knave, rapscallion, varlet, wastrel, rakehell, scapegrace

adjective

1‘reprobate behaviour’

SYNONYMS
unprincipled, roguish, bad, wicked, rakish, shameless, immoral, profligate, degenerate, dissipated, debauched, depraved, corrupt
incorrigible, hardened, unregenerate
informal scoundrelly, rascally
archaic knavish
ANTONYMS

upright, virtuous, principled


verb

1‘they reprobated his conduct’

SYNONYMS
criticize, condemn, censure, denounce, express strong disapproval of
rare reprehend
ANTONYMS

praise, commend