disapproval

Part of speech: noun

The act of disapproving; disapprobation.

Part of speech: adverb

Disapprovingly.

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Usage examples "disapproval":

  1. Mrs. Lyon and Mrs. Weston looked after her in amazed disapproval. - "A Little Maid of Old Maine", Alice Turner Curtis.
  2. In spite of the disapproval of Elizabeth and other Germans, I struck off the chains, feeling that he very probably had good excuse for his offence. - "Sketches of the East Africa Campaign", Robert Valentine Dolbey.
  3. There was surprised disapproval in Miss Brent's voice. - "Patricia Brent, Spinster", Herbert Jenkins.