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  • r  showing disapproval
    he shook his head disapprovingly

  • The boys in the field class looked upon this serious girl disapprovingly until they saw her vault a fence and follow the party without assistance.
  • As Obama assumed the role of front-runner, the press this week began to take note, in some cases disapprovingly, of the presumptive Democratic nominee's efforts to shuffle to the .
  • In his column in the China Daily, Xu Yihe writes disapprovingly of Jiajia, a friend's pampered daughter who barely budges to prepare for school in the morning.

  • Sebastian Horsley in The Guardian (blog)
    For instance, take the passage just before the end when Horsley begins to prepare a fix before stopping to admonish the audience: "Don't look at me so disapprovingly : So what if heroin kills you, life kills you."
  • Benjamin Nugent in Trading Markets (press release)
    (Obama) would be the guy the jocks didn't choose to towel snap,Nugent said, "but he would kind of stand there looking disapprovingly while they towel snapped. Whereas McCain would be more likely to towel-snap you, and Sara Palin would make out...

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