obloquy[ ob-luh-kwee ]SEE DEFINITION OF obloquy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OBLOQUY
"Much they care for all the ridicule and all the obloquy you can throw on them," replied the reader.
Of the obloquy he has brought upon his own country I do not speak.
Our prisoner, as an added mark of obloquy, was to be crucified between them.
He thought no more of him, and we were set up as a mark of every kind of obloquy.
Why, then, has her memory been covered through centuries with scorn and obloquy?
I cared not for obloquy or shame, since he believed me true.
The Army, on Kwannon, was rather more used to obloquy than praise.
He shrugged his shoulders as if the obloquy were a tangible load that could be shifted.
Abuse and obloquy were heaped upon the Ministers from every quarter.
A storm of obloquy and persecution was raised against Garrison.