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 South Carolina Republican expressed disapproval of Pruitt on Friday, according to Politico and a video released by the environmental group Friends of the Earth.
Even as President Donald Trump repeatedly expressed his support for Pruitt in public, top White House aides began to escalate their disapproval, suggesting the administrator has mischaracterized his role in boosting the salaries of two employees.
Superintendent John Kelly has expressed disapproval for the idea of having town hall meetings at school district facilities as Floyd has proposed.
Curbelo tweeted his disapproval: Major policy differences aside, @EPAScottPruitt‘s corruption scandals are an embarrassment to the Administration, and his conduct is grossly disrespectful to American taxpayers.
More recently, the president tweeted his disapproval of a Senate bill that mirrors Hurd’s own bipartisan DACA proposal with California Democratic Rep. Pete Aguilar.
Selena and Justin decided to take a break mainly because of Selena’s mom and her disapproval of Justin.
The Philippines is over 80% Roman Catholic, and church groups have expressed strong disapproval of the bill.
This week, his job approval stood at 41 percent and his disapproval at 55 percent.
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First Known Use of disapproval
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Definition of disapproval for English Language Learners
: lack of approval : the belief that someone or something is bad or wrong
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