Examples from the Web for opprobrium
Singled out for opprobrium was the planned exhibit on Margaret Sanger, birth-control crusader and godmother of Planned Parenthood.
In the real world, walking around with Google Glass is as likely to make you a target of opprobrium as it is a target of envy.
Just this weekend, in the wake of the Arizona shooting, he lobbed some opprobrium toward Sarah Palin via his Twitter account.
No, uncles share with stepmothers the opprobrium and with mothers-in-law the ridicule of the mob.Poor Relations|Compton Mackenzie
You forget, then, that you have twenty times left them covered with opprobrium by your galleries.
It stung Leslie to a desire to clear herself of the opprobrium.Marjorie Dean College Junior|Pauline Lester
A few of these words have been borrowed bodily from Latin, as 'odium', 'tedium', 'opprobrium'.Society for Pure English Tract 4|John Sargeaunt
And the condemnation and opprobrium with which he overwhelms the luckless artist who has offended him is quite as violent.
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Word Origin for opprobrium
Word Origin and History for opprobrium
1680s, from Latin opprobrium "disgrace, infamy, scandal, dishonor," from opprobare (see opprobrious).