Reprehensible vs Revoke – What’s the difference?

Reprehensible vs Revoke - What's the difference?
As an adjective reprehensible is reprehensible. As a verb revoke is to cancel or invalidate by withdrawing or reversing. As a noun revoke is the act of revoking in a game of cards.

reprehensible

English

Adjective

(en adjective )

  • Blameworthy, censurable, guilty.
  • Deserving of reprehension.
  • * 1998 , Greg Morrow and Dylan Verheul, ” The Sandman Annotations, Sandman 14
  • Scarlett O’Hara was the heroine of the novel/movie Gone with the Wind” and the reprehensible sequel ”Scarlett .

    Synonyms

    * at fault, deplorable, remiss

    Noun

    (en noun )

  • A reprehensible person; a villain.
  • —-

    revoke

    English

    Verb

  • To cancel or invalidate by withdrawing or reversing
  • Your driver’s license will be revoked .
  • To fail to follow suit in a game of cards when holding a card in that suit.
  • (obsolete) To call or bring back; to recall.
  • * Spenser
  • The faint sprite he did revoke again, / To her frail mansion of morality.
  • (obsolete) To hold back; to repress; to restrain.
  • * Spenser
  • [She] still strove their sudden rages to revoke .
  • (obsolete) To draw back; to withdraw.
  • (Spenser)
  • (obsolete) To call back to mind; to recollect.
  • * South
  • A man, by revoking and recollecting within himself former passages, will be still apt to inculcate these sad memories to his conscience.

    Noun

    (en noun )

  • The act of revoking in a game of cards.
  • A renege; a violation of important rules regarding the play of tricks in trick-taking card games serious enough to render the round invalid.
  • A violation ranked in seriousness somewhat below overt cheating, with the status of a more minor offense only because, when it happens, it is usually accidental.