I noun abhorrence, admonishment, adverse comment, animadversion, aspersion, ban, bar, caviling, censure, chiding, commination, complaint, condemnation, contumely, criticism, damnation, decrial, denouncement, denunciation, deprecation, depreciation, derogation, detraction, diatribe, disagreement, disapproval, discommendation, discontent, discountenance, disdain, disesteem, disfavor, dislike, disparagement, displeasure, dispraise, disrespect, dissatisfaction, dissent, dissidence, exclusion, excoriation, execration, expostulation, gainsaying, imputation, indictment, lamentation, negation, nonapproval, objection, objurgation, opposition, opprobrium, protest, protestation, rating, rebuke, rejection, remonstrance, remonstration, reprehension, reprimand, reproach, reproof, reproval, repudiation, repugnance, repugnancy, revilement, revulsion, scurrility, shunning, vilipendency, vitriol II index abandonment (repudiation), attaint, bad repute, charge (accusation), condemnation (blame), conflict, constraint (restriction), contempt (disdain), denunciation, disapproval, discredit, disdain, disgrace, dishonor (shame), disparagement, disqualification (rejection), dissatisfaction, exception (objection), ignominy, impugnation, infamy, negation, notoriety, objection, obloquy, opposition, opprobrium, outcry, reaction (opposition), refusal, rejection, renunciation, reprimand, reproach, scandal, stricture

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  • disapprobation — 1640s; see DIS (Cf. dis ) + APPROBATION (Cf. approbation) …   Etymology dictionary

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  • disapprobation — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Condemnation Nouns 1. disapprobation, disapproval; dislike. 2. (lack of approval) discommendation, demerit; blame, detraction, condemnation. 3. (criticism) animadversion, reflection, stricture, objection …   English dictionary for students

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