Examples of disapprove in a Sentence
She married him even though her parents disapproved.
The treaty was disapproved by the Senate.
Recent Examples of disapprove from the Web
But by pitting father and daughter against one another, The CW's version of Jefferson won't have any reason to disapprove of Anissa's wishes to fight crime.
What horrifies me is that there are parents who so disapprove, who are so brainwashed to think that this is something out of the Bible or ungodly or against nature.
But a Morning Consult survey released Feb. 1 found 44 percent of Pennsylvania voters approved of Wolf’s job performance, compared with 38 percent who disapproved.
Just 41 percent of likely voters in Bera’s district approve of the president’s job performance, overall, compared to 59 percent who disapprove.
The rule was eliminated through the Congressional Review Act, a previously little-known law that allows Congress to disapprove regulatory actions within 60 days.
The poll shows 51 percent of Kentucky adults approve of Trump's performance, compared to 45 percent who disapprove.
But a New York Time poll last week found that the number of people who approve the tax cuts, though still lower than those who disapprove, has risen.
Moreover, his approval ratings among voters might be higher than among all adults; noncitizens may take a survey but are ineligible to vote, and nonwhite and young voters tend to disapprove of the president but have low turnout rates.
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First Known Use of disapprove
turn one's back on;
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