disapproving

[ dis-uh-proov ]SEE DEFINITION OF disapproving
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISAPPROVING

Mr Verloc, after a grunt of disapproving surprise, returned to the sofa.

She only gave a disapproving growl, and followed to see that he came to no harm.

Dr. Caton, annoyed and disapproving, crisply intimated why Jerry was there.

Bordman put it in the boat, disapproving of the crampedness of the craft.

His whole body seemed to be disapproving what Maurice was doing.

The squire looked at him in disapproving silence for a while.

The man on the next bench sneezed—a shrill and disapproving sneeze.

He answered the staff captain's question by a disapproving shake of his head.

The old mountaineer regarded the tourist with a disapproving stare.

Then he looked round the room with a critical, disapproving eye.

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