disapprobation

[ dis-ap-ruh-bey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF disapprobation

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As for Ben, he was less afraid of a whipping than of his father's disapprobation.

If it were repeated to-day there would be a shout of disapprobation.

The Doctor was still in this mood of disapprobation when John entered.

Balfour squealed forth his disapprobation for upwards of an hour.

The Colonel, however, expressed no surprise and no disapprobation.

And that disapprobation may be directly traced to the influence of Calvin.

The first cause of their fall in the social scale was the disapprobation of the humanists.

As for the disapprobation of the Kirton mob, they held that in high scorn.

The dame shook her head, but not in disapprobation altogether.

He did not address me, but he favoured me with a most sour look of disapprobation.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s; see dis- + approbation.

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