Definition of 'disapprobation'
Example sentences containing 'disapprobation'
He and Mrs Amaury had established a comfortable rapport despite the disapprobation, mute but unmistakable that showed in Paula's attitude.IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE (2000)
I returned the communion vessels because, in a newspaper interview I read, you expressed your disapprobation of that particular theft.LION IN THE VALLEY (2000)
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Definition of disapprobation from the Collins English Dictionary
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