English to Igbo Meaning :: reprobation

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Noun(1) rejection by God; the state of being condemned to eternal misery in Hell(2) severe disapproval

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(1) He spent his teenage years in Lafayette, Indiana, an angsty reprobate and hardened juvenile delinquent.(2) Later, when he's brought to her attention for poaching game birds on her property, she devises a very unique punishment for the old reprobate .(3) Freudo, on the other hand, is determined to be a more serious, sensual escape behind the seemingly sanguine outer layer of society and into its reprobate nether regions.(4) The first half of the film consists of SS officers observing potential recruits in all manner of borderline reprobate acts.(5) I began to stare at him as if he were a reprobate , but I couldn't believe it.(6) Sometimes, misguided by a thread or finger, a digital doll finds itself wandering over to the dark side of show business and falling under the spell of the reprobate members of the manipulated.(7) The woman is not only dominated, but reprobate , not only impotent, but cursed.(8) So it's only natural that when they hit too close to home, when they hold a mirror up to the panting demographic and showcase people's reprobate and mercenary nature, the target should retaliate.(9) He almost becomes one of the family, cheerfully going out gambling with her dopey, reprobate nephew.(10) There's the drunken reprobate attorney and confidant, Harry Rex.(11) The lawless reprobate was condoned by the vices of the lawgivers: condoned, that is, for misdeeds short of murder.(12) There is a further hint that bustle and business are the properties of the older, reprobate drama.(13) In each case, while Joe seems to be the catalyst, we soon see that it is the internal flaws that each individual carries that result in their reprobate behavior.(14) This is stolen from his cottage by the squire's reprobate son Dunstan Cass, who disappears.(15) At odds with the establishment, he was painted as a reprobate - he did marry 27 nightclub dancers - but Ray sees him as a hero.(16) From politicians to con artists, rapists to flesh peddling pornographers, we all have a certain visual reference point for the redolent and the reprobate .
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