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used in Wuthering Heights

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an immoral person; or immoral behavior
  • 'No, reprobate! you are a castaway — be off, or I'll hurt you seriously!
    Chapter 2 (70% in)
  • He encouraged him to regard Hindley as a reprobate; and, night after night, he regularly grumbled out a long string of tales against Heathcliff and Catherine: always minding to flatter Earnshaw's weakness by heaping the heaviest blame on the latter.
    Chapter 5 (30% in)

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