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reprehension (n.)

"blame, censure, reproof; a rebuke," late 14c., reprehensioun, from Old French reprehension (12c.) and directly from Latin reprehensionem (nominative reprehensio) "blame, a censure, reprimand," literally "a taking again," noun of action from past participle stem of reprehendere "to blame, censure, rebuke; seize, restrain" (see reprehend).

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Definitions of reprehension from WordNet

reprehension (n.)
an act or expression of criticism and censure;
Synonyms: rebuke / reproof / reproval / reprimand
From wordnet.princeton.edu