(1) All this frivolity works well in supporting a movie that, by its nature, falls into university cliches except for the refreshing fact that its characters are more reprehensible than usual.(2) A venial sin, in economic terms, is an expression of greed that's reprehensible enough to warrant punishment but not so serious that it significantly undercuts the country's long-term growth.(3) There is no doubt that individual scientists have said things that are reprehensible and that they have been wrong but that in no way undermines the scientific enterprise.(4) Plagiarism is first and foremost a moral crime - it's about deception, and it's reprehensible because the plagiarist is passing off someone else's ideas or words as his own.(5) They are all shallow and their actions, attitudes, and values reprehensible .(6) Nothing in rural France is more reprehensible than a piece of cultivable ground left unattended.(7) I happen to view myself in a very human way, and I describe the mistakes I made and the way I acted sometimes as being pretty reprehensible .(8) It's a long way from either reprehensible or genius.(9) The kind of Family of Man photography that promotes an upbeat ├ö├ç├┐love conquers all├ö├ç├û sentimentality Sontag finds morally reprehensible in its naivety.(10) It seemed a reprehensible use of one's arbitrary social status.(11) Globalization processes create academically uncomfortable and sometimes politically reprehensible forms of hybrid histories, all shadowed by commodifications of various sorts.(12) Magee argues that Wagner's anti-Semitism, though reprehensible , was not mirrored in his work, but his extenuations have the tone of a capable defense attorney pleading for us to exercise reasonable doubt.(13) Read my previous posts, the examples I cite as ethically or morally reprehensible business practices.(14) I told the publisher that I thought that was totally reprehensible .(15) That the tragedy and those at its center should be exploited for ratings and political gain is not just wrong - it's reprehensible .(16) As a nation, we have become so desensitized to the immoral and the reprehensible that ads like these can run in not one, but at least two (that I know of) national women's magazines.