Examples of disapproval in a Sentence
I could sense her disapproval.
They made their disapproval of our behavior very clear.
Recent Examples of disapproval from the Web
The poll asked voters a series of questions to measure their confidence in Trump, and a majority (52%) expressed disapproval of his performance in the White House thus far: 38% strongly disapprove and 14% somewhat disapprove.
Giuliani was at the game and tried to orchestrate a mass show of disapproval for Baltimore second baseman Robbie Alomar, who’d spat in an umpire’s face during the ALDS.
This was not the first time Kraft expressed disapproval about Trump in regard to the national anthem.
Despite celebrations online for the Senate’s decision to debate, and then the vote of disapproval itself, there’s still a long road ahead for net neutrality’s hypothetical restoration.
The Senate vote is officially an expression of disapproval of the FCC's current position.
A day earlier, France officially expressed its disapproval of the move.
While many were supportive of her decision to embrace her stretch marks, others expressed their disapproval.
After all, the willingness to openly express disapproval in the face of immorality, or even step in and try to directly intervene, is often the first and most direct path towards social change.
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DISAPPROVAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disapproval for English Language Learners
: lack of approval : the belief that someone or something is bad or wrong
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