Only Her Imperial Highness doesn't see the obloquy,—sarcasm, cynicism and disparagement being royalty's every-day diet.
Abuse and obloquy were heaped upon the Ministers from every quarter.
Is not the effect of what you have said to expose her to scorn and obloquy who is dearer to us than any other creature?
A storm of obloquy and persecution was raised against Garrison.
Let Harriet Kingdon bear the obloquy of the crime—it can't harm her now—besides, she largely deserves it.
Why, then, has her memory been covered through centuries with scorn and obloquy?
There are flatteries and intrusions beside which censure is sweet and obloquy would be welcome.
He would drag out his own life in misery, and obloquy, indeed, but what of that?
We shall have obstacles to grapple with and obloquy to face; but the hour will come, and we shall not have long to wait for it.
This is a miserable subterfuge to shift the obloquy from the judgment.