Origin of approbate
OTHER WORDS FROM approbateap·pro·ba·tor, noun
Words nearby approbate
How to use approbate in a sentence
The Stadtholder was too wary a politician to approbate immediately so sweeping a proposal, and referred it to the States-General.
Among the adjectives similarly preserved are to whittle, to wilt and to approbate.The American Language|Henry L. Mencken
We pick and choose, take and leave, approbate and reprobate in a breath.Obiter Dicta|Augustine Birrell
He is very liberal in politics, for he don't approbate restraint, and likes to let every critter 'go to the devil' his own way.The Attache|Thomas Chandler Haliburton