disapprovingly

[ dis-uh-proov ]SEE DEFINITION OF disapprovingly
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M. de Rivarol, intrigued by his mirth, scowled upon him disapprovingly.

“There must have been eggs in that hay,” said Twaddles disapprovingly.

"And you are keeping on drinking all the time, they say," said Foma, disapprovingly.

The old whaler looked at him thoughtfully and disapprovingly.

The nurse looked at her disapprovingly, but after all it made little difference.

"That ain't nice enough," said Gotobed, eyeing it disapprovingly.

"I don't understand you lately, Sue," her aunt said disapprovingly, after this outburst.

It belongs to Mr. Hastings, said the butler, eyeing the boys most disapprovingly.

What a rowdy you are, Nat; Helen is looking at you most disapprovingly.

"I suppose it's because you're all excited and worked up," said Marilla disapprovingly.

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