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
Trump was propelled into office by older voters, but many of his policies so far weigh heaviest on millennials, who voted against him by a double-digit margin and overwhelmingly disapprove of his presidency.
As the one-year anniversary of his election victory nears, Americans disapprove of President Donald Trump at a higher rate than at any point in his presidency, according to a new poll.
The Republican president has an 81 percent approval rating among his party with only 17 percent disapproving.
Northam is getting only 81 percent of those who disapprove of Trump’s performance.
There were previous plans to turn Winehouse's life into a musical in 2012—in Denmark—but development was scrapped after the singer's dad disapproved of the production's usage of her music and photographs.
The plot, which manages to be both comical and sad, centers on young newlywed Melody and her relationships with Craig, her lawyer husband who is often distracted and less than attentive, and Hope, her disapproving mother-in-law.
James also disapproves when Gina begins dressing more provocatively, dyeing her straw-colored hair light blond and, during a visit to Barcelona to see her sister (Ahna O’Reilly), watching a peep show featuring a couple copulating in animal masks.
Just 41 percent approve of the job Trump is doing as president, compared to 45 percent who disapprove, according to the results of the Old National Bank/Ball State University 2017 Hoosier Survey.
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First Known Use of disapprove
Synonymsdecline, disallow, deny, negative, nix, refuse, reject, reprobate, withhold
Antonymsallow, concede, grant, let, OK (or okay), permit
Related Wordsban, enjoin, forbid, prohibit, proscribe, veto; rebuff, repel, spurn; check, constrain, curb, hold, keep, repress, restrain, restrict; balk (at), hinder, impede, obstruct
Near Antonymsafford, furnish, give, provide, supply; authorize, commission, license (also licence); accede (to), acquiesce, agree (to), assent (to), consent (to), warrant; accord, sanction, vouchsafe
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