I was with Romney at a New Hampshire event when a woman in the crowd said disapprovingly that he had four houses.
A pair of elderly English ladies at an adjoining table stared at us disapprovingly.
Flurry would shake her head at him disapprovingly, as she picked them up and shook out their smart frocks.
The old whaler looked at him thoughtfully and disapprovingly.
She looked at him a moment, at loss for a reply, but not disapprovingly.
M. de Rivarol, intrigued by his mirth, scowled upon him disapprovingly.
Young America sniffs and shakes its little head, and says disapprovingly, 'Strong-minded woman!'
“There must have been eggs in that hay,” said Twaddles disapprovingly.
He ate another of Diantha's excellent biscuits, his greyish-red whiskers slowly wagging; and continued to eye her disapprovingly.
"That ain't nice enough," said Gotobed, eyeing it disapprovingly.