And unto Sa'rah he said, Behold, I have given thy brother a thousand pieces of silver: behold, he is to thee a covering of the eyes, unto all that are with thee, and with all other: thus she was reproved. (Genesis 20:16)
2 : to express disapproval of (as conduct, actions, or beliefs) : indicate disapprobation of especially by contrast or implication : CENSURE, CONDEMN *it is not for me to reprove popular taste— D.W.Brogan
3 obsolete : to prove (as an idea or statement) to be false or erroneous : DISPROVE, REFUTE *reprove my allegation, if you can— Shakespeare
4 obsolete : CONVINCE, CONVICT will reprove the world of sin and of righteousness— Jn 16:8 (Authorized Version) intransitive verb : to express rebuke or reproof came ...to to reprove and exhort— Mary E. Braddon
Was she proved as a guilty or a righteous?