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Remember this: if you are discovered, we shall all abandon you; we shall even cast, if necessary, opprobrium and infamy upon you.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
The age of strikes had not yet arrived, and they preferred opprobrium with a little money to honour and an empty treasury.
Talents of the rarest order, or regarded as such, do not efface the opprobrium of a dissolute life.
But the common epithet of opprobrium is justly bestowed, and marks a right feeling.
It was a monstrous corruption in legislation, which not even the great name of Henry Clay could shield from subsequent opprobrium.
And the fellow grinned as though he had not turned what might have been a term of friendship into one of pure opprobrium.
He was bound that no one should accuse him of marrying a false woman, even if he must bear the opprobrium of her death.
THAT AFFAIR NEXT DOORANNA KATHARINE GREEN
It is an expression of opprobrium to find people stiff-necked.
REVISITING THE EARTHJAMES LANGDON HILL
On the other hand, the only term of opprobrium which can be felt by these people is that of "Missourian."
FRONTIER FOLKGEORGE BOOTH
Sneaks and cowards are epithets of the worst opprobrium to healthy, simple natures.

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