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  • s  expressing offensive reproach
  • s  (used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame
    an opprobrious monument to human greed

  • He sings an opprobrious song, As we go along, Working in Wall Street bailout wonderland.
  • The use of opprobrious terms to describe a church will not make new friends for your magazine, and it may lose many.
  • Its Associate Editor Walter Hart Blumenthal last February flayed the Crowell company for perpetrating Roget's opprobrious connotations of the word Jew: cunning, usurer, rich .

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