Definition of reprobable in US English:

reprobable

adjective

rare
  • Deserving or worthy of censure or reproof; reprehensible. Formerly also: †reprobate.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Higden's Polychronicon. From post-classical Latin reprobabilis blameworthy, worthy of rejection from classical Latin reprobāre + -bilis. Compare Middle French reprobable.

Pronunciation

reprobable

/ˈrɛprəbəbl/