Examples of disapproval in a Sentence
I could sense her disapproval.
They made their disapproval of our behavior very clear.
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Not happy Others also made their disapproval known.
Moderate Arab nations have also voiced disapproval, though in some cases with far less vehemence that might have been expected.
Five Thirty Eight’s poll of polls now shows Trump near record lows: 38.0 percent approval with 56.4 percent disapproval.
For fans who never forgave Lucas for the prequel trilogy or constantly tinkering with the beloved original films, that disapproval was considered a compliment.
The refusal of Saudi Arabia to issue anything more than a low-key statement of disapproval to Trump makes that all too clear.
The vote on the Senate floor was 50-50, so Mike Pence took over the presiding officer’s chair and cast his tie-breaking vote which brought the total to 51-50 on the resolution of disapproval.
Senator Ben Sasse, Republican of Nebraska, encouraged parents to voice their disapproval.
The bill created the classic free vote in Congress—since Obama could veto any resolution of disapproval, members were free to vote against the agreement without actually putting the deal at risk.
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