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But in his own time the obloquy will probably make as much noise and find as much credit as the panegyric.
Our own opinion is that incompetent as it was the budget attracted to itself a good deal of unmerited obloquy.
The more they could throw discredit and obloquy upon the Maid of Orleans, the better their cause would seem.
Why should we, the travellers of the world, who so admire other cities, so persistently pour obloquy on our own?
Regard more the hurt that your fashion may do, than the offence or obloquy of any.
His doctrine was no longer the theme of obloquy and outrage.
The integrity of Penn had stood firm against obloquy and persecution.
Even his own sect looked coldly on him, and requited his services with obloquy.
The Herald stood at the outset of its career manfully in the face of unspeakable obloquy against it.
MARSE HENRY (VOL. 2)HENRY WATTERSON
We are the startled and clement judges of the glory and of the obloquy that Boileau distributed to his contemporaries.

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