disapproval

[ dis-uh-proo-vuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF disapproval
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She looked at K. defiantly, but there was no disapproval in his eyes.

She went out of the room with disapproval in every line of her back.

But the shack filled with his disapproval of her reluctance to free him from his promise.

He looked with interest and curiosity and some disapproval at the couple.

That surely would have been sufficient indication of their disapproval.

The gesture of disapproval which escaped me gave his Majesty pain.

But it does not scruple to mark its disapproval by passively hindering him at every turn.

He nodded that he understood my order, and scowled his disapproval of my comment on his wit.

But Gilles shook his head, and his companion grunted an echo of his disapproval.

“More, double that,” he said thoughtfully, and the eyes of Tula met his in disapproval.

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