disapprove[ dis-uh-proov ]SEE DEFINITION OF disapprove
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISAPPROVE
You have never been to the theatre, you say, and yet you disapprove of it.
I think, my dear mother, you would not disapprove of her as a daughter.
By which is implied a right to disapprove, if they think fit.
I know you well enough to realize that you do not disapprove of what I am doing.
And though I disapprove of your husband's doings, you know I would not willingly do him any harm?
Do you mean he's an acquaintance of whom you disapprove for her?
Her attitude was so lovely that it was impossible to disapprove of her.
"You disapprove, of course," continued Brother Copas easily.
It was my duty to approve or disapprove the finding of the court.
I know also that you will speak the truth, whether you approve or disapprove.