disapprove

Part of speech: adverb

Disapprovingly.

Part of speech: verb

To refuse; reject.

Part of speech: verb

To regard with disfavor; condemn; often with of.

Part of speech: verb

To feel or express disapproval.

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Usage examples "disapprove":

  1. I never approve, or disapprove, of anything now. - "The Picture of Dorian Gray", Oscar Wilde.
  2. A word or two spoken now and then again, a look not intended to be noticed, an altered tone, or perhaps a change in the pressure of the old man's hand, had taught Lady Mason to think that he might disapprove such intimacy. - "Orley Farm", Anthony Trollope.
  3. I am sure Mr. Barton would disapprove most highly if he knew. - "A Woman's Burden", Fergus Hume.