Words nearby opprobrium
How to use opprobrium in a sentence
Powell deserves opprobrium for defying Clinton, rallying opposition, and allowing 60,000 troops under his command to suffer the indignity of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”
But this is Clinton-era outrage: political motivations masquerading as moral opprobrium.
Singled out for opprobrium was the planned exhibit on Margaret Sanger, birth-control crusader and godmother of Planned Parenthood.
And so the serially unpopular Hollande was robbed of a rare break from public opprobrium.
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.
Heaping opprobrium on these parents exacerbates a problem we could instead resolve.
Remember this: if you are discovered, we shall all abandon you; we shall even cast, if necessary, opprobrium and infamy upon you.Catherine de' Medici|Honore de Balzac
The age of strikes had not yet arrived, and they preferred opprobrium with a little money to honour and an empty treasury.
Talents of the rarest order, or regarded as such, do not efface the opprobrium of a dissolute life.
But the common epithet of opprobrium is justly bestowed, and marks a right feeling.The Stones of Venice, Volume I (of 3)|John Ruskin
It was a monstrous corruption in legislation, which not even the great name of Henry Clay could shield from subsequent opprobrium.