The Address produced comparatively little applause and no manifestations of disapprobation.
It was mingled with expressions of disapprobation or sympathy.
She had spoken of Captain De Baron with disapprobation certainly, but had not spoken of him as a fatal danger.
disapprobation hurt me, I found—even that of people whom I did not admire.
He did this to signalise his disapprobation of royalty, and his preference for democratic equality.
He had expressed his disapprobation of the Stamp Act in unqualified terms.
Too cautious to commit herself in words, this lady expressed doubt and disapprobation by her looks.
Other expressions of alarm or disapprobation might be cited.
Hitherto she had kept to herself the disapprobation which she felt at Ned's using the new machinery.
The events of the earlier afternoon had tended to add to his disapprobation of the other.