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
At the time, June was dismayed by her mother’s reaction (understandably, considering Luke is an actual dreamboat, and who could disapprove of him?).
Voters disapproved of Clinton’s behavior, but they were also turned off by a GOP crusade to destroy his presidency.
Society still seems mostly normal at this stage, but Luke has to sign June’s prescriptions for her, and when Hannah gets sick at school, June is interrogated by a nurse who clearly disapproves of her working full-time.
The Quinnipiac poll shows 75 percent of Republicans approve of her, vs. just 9 percent who disapprove.
The survey noted a slight increase in the number of people who disapproved of Bevin after these remarks.
The conservative-leaning Rasmussen Reports Daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows 50 percent of likely U.S. voters approved of the job Trump was doing compared to 49 percent who disapproved.
Pruitt told Trump and disapproving White House aides that did not know in advance about a 52 percent raise given to EPA senior counsel Sarah Greenwalt.
The reversal came shortly after the school board received a letter from the ACLU disapproving the resolution.
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turn one's back on;
DISAPPROVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disapprove for English Language Learners
: to believe that someone or something is bad or wrong : to not approve of someone or something
: to officially refuse to approve or accept (something)
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