Definition of Reprover in English :

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Reprover meaning in English

Meaning of Reprover in English

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Reprover pronunciation in English

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1. rebuker, reproacher, reprover, upbraider

someone who finds fault or imputes blame

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see synonyms of reprover
to speak disapprovingly to (a person); rebuke or scold

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verb transitiveWord forms: reˈproved or reˈproving
to speak to in disapproval; rebuke
to express disapproval of (something done or said); censure
3.  Obsolete
to refute; disprove
4.  Obsolete
to convince or convict

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tr.v. re·proved, re·prov·ing, re·proves
1. To express disapproval to (someone); criticize: reproved the children for making too much noise. See Synonyms at admonish.
2. To express disapproval about (something): "Some bigger boys laughed. But Augustine angrily reproved their frivolity" (Richard Hughes).

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