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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disapprove.

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Examples

  • The author of Daddy's Roommate is shocked -- shocked -- that Sarah Palin disapproves of his book.

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  • The author of Daddy's Roommate is shocked -- shocked -- that Sarah Palin disapproves of his book.

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  • That's akin to Congress telling Isaac Newton that it "disapproves" of gravity.

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  • The sad fact is, everyone "disapproves" and yet, the killing goes on unabated ...

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  • Kriel "disapproves" of the less formal way that Mandela dresses.

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  • Naturally, the school "disapproves" of sexual activity, but if students do engage in it "against our better judgment," at least they should have a condom.

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  • It is in the form of a House Resolution, and while it "disapproves" of the actions of an individual member, it is somewhat confusing to refer to this as a "resolution of disapproval."

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  • Monday, SEBI said it "disapproves" of foreign investors lending and borrowing stocks outside the country, as that led to increased the selling pressure in India.

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  • Wikipedia tells me that the religion "disapproves" of us, but since I've never met anyone from this religion before, I'm wondering if it's more like Catholic disapproval (religion officially disapproves, adherents tend to be live-and-let-live) or more like Baptist / Mormon disapproval (religion officially disapproves, adherents tend to be assholes about it, too).

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  • He disapproves of Cosby-loving luminaries such as Ralph Ellison and even pooh-poohs Coretta Scott King's affection for the show, mocking her naïveté.

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