Reprove in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Reprove

to strongly disapprove of

Examples of Reprove in a sentence

My father will more than likely reprove of my new boyfriend and chase him away like he has done all the others.  🔊

If the wealthy woman marries a man outside of her race, her racist father will reprove the relationship.  🔊

Our guitar teacher is going to reprove of the fact we did not practice our instrumental duet over the weekend.  🔊

While you can privately reprove the king’s actions, you cannot publicly admit your disapproval without being punished.  🔊

Any mother in her right mind would reprove of her teenage daughter’s forty-year-old boyfriend.  🔊

As a voter, I have the right to reprove the politician’s policies that are not in my best interest.  🔊

Margaret is going to reprove her son’s decision to drop out of high school.  🔊

During the trial, the defense attorney went out of his way to loudly reprove every statement made by the prosecution.  🔊

As the players looked at their coach’s angry face, they knew he was going to reprove their weak performance.  🔊

To restore order in her classroom, the teacher must reprove the actions of the disruptive student.  🔊

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