disapprobation disapprobation


  • (n) an expression of strong disapproval; pronouncing as wrong or morally culpable


  1. The international disapprobation was a source of embarrassment to an Arroyo administration already staggered by allegations of vote-rigging and corruption.
  2. If Galbraith's politicking father ever earned the disapprobation of his fellow citizens, it was not because he bought votes, but because he might have got them cheaper.
  3. I have read with the most acute disapprobation an advertisement appearing on p.
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