Rep`re*hend"(r?p`r?-h?nd"), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Reprehended; p. pr. & vb. n. Reprehending.] [L. reprehendere, reprehensum, to hold back, seize, check, blame; pref. re- re- + prehendere to lay hold of. See Prehensile, and cf. Reprisal. ] To reprove or reprimand with a view of restraining, checking, or preventing; to make charge of fault against; to disapprove of; to chide; to blame; to censure. Chaucer.
Aristippus being reprehended of luxury by one that was not rich, for that he gave six crowns for a small fish.Bacon.
Pardon me for reprehending thee.Shak.
In which satire human vices, ignorance, and errors . . . are severely reprehended.Dryden.
I nor advise nor reprehend the choice.J. Philips.
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