- disapprove (v.)
- late 15c., "disprove;" as the reverse of approve it is first attested 1640s. See dis- + approve. Related: Disapproved; disapproving.
- 1. Most people disapprove of such violent tactics.
- 2. She wants to be an actress, but her parents disapprove.
- 3. He would doubtless disapprove of what Kelly was doing.
- 4. Do you perhaps disapprove of Agatha Christie and her Poirot and Miss Marple?
- 5. She wants to train for the theatre but her parents disapprove.
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