Good and Reprobate


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Good adjective – Conforming to a high standard of morality or virtue.
Usage example: good behavior will earn you the respect of others

Reprobate is an antonym for good.
Nearby Words: goodness, goodly, goody
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Reprobate adjective – Having or showing lowered moral character or standards.
Usage example: a reprobate judge who could be bribed, and often with astonishing ease

Good is an antonym for reprobate in shameless topic.
Nearby Words: reprobated, reprobation, reprobating
Antonyms for Reprobate
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  • Or "Walla Walla", another fast tune about how you, the subject of the song, are going to prison and it's a good thing because you're an idiot reprobate.
  • In The Age of Innocence, May is Newland's conventional blonde "good girl" fiancee, while Ellen is the exotic and individualistic dark-haired family reprobate.
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Reprobate or Good. 2016. Accessed June 19, 2021.

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