Definition of "disapproval" []

  • The act of disapproving; condemnation or censure. (noun)
  • The act or a state or feeling of disapproving; censure; condemnation (noun)

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Use "disapproval" in a sentence
  • "That's why his disapproval is at the highest point of his presidency in the CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll."
  • "In other words, if a Member of Congress disapproves of the way that the Rules Committee operates, the only way to show disapproval is to vote for somebody else for Speaker of the House."
  • "If anything my disapproval is that the President is NOT TOUGH ENOUGH on that country."