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disapproval

noun dis·ap·prov·al \ˌdis-ə-ˈprü-vəl\

: lack of approval : the belief that someone or something is bad or wrong

Full Definition of DISAPPROVAL

Examples of DISAPPROVAL

  1. I could sense her disapproval.
  2. They made their disapproval of our behavior very clear.

First Known Use of DISAPPROVAL

1662

Rhymes with DISAPPROVAL

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