Related formsself-dis·ap·pro·ba·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for disapprobation
Of this he speaks with the disapprobation natural to a mind already schooled in the habits of reason and virtue.
Disapprobation has ever been a powerful stimulus to the Saxon mind.Americans and Others|Agnes Repplier
Too cautious to commit herself in words, this lady expressed doubt and disapprobation by her looks.Little Novels|Wilkie Collins
You say that the baron has always looked upon government with an eye of disapprobation.Love and Intrigue|Friedrich Schiller
Mr. Dinsmore turned in his chair, and gave his daughter a glance of mingled surprise and disapprobation.Elsie's Womanhood|Martha Finley