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No, uncles share with stepmothers the opprobrium and with mothers-in-law the ridicule of the mob.
You forget, then, that you have twenty times left them covered with opprobrium by your galleries.
It stung Leslie to a desire to clear herself of the opprobrium.
A few of these words have been borrowed bodily from Latin, as 'odium', 'tedium', 'opprobrium'.
And the condemnation and opprobrium with which he overwhelms the luckless artist who has offended him is quite as violent.
To hear foreign authors denounce American publishers by every term of opprobrium which could commonly be applied to Barabbas!
At that epoch of scandal and opprobrium, there was no folly or vice in which the high society did not take the lead.
The weather added an ever memorable night to the opprobrium of the spot.
The Riviera has its gambling place of world-wide fame with no opprobrium or responsibility attaching to the French Government.
This did away with the theory of outside agency, and fastened the opprobrium more strongly on the German-American.
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