(1) she braved her mother's disapprobation and slipped out to enjoy herself(2) Given that they are the focus of the media, soccer players should, in my opinion, refrain from playing pranks that might incur national disapprobation , and, what's more, sully their reputation as the elite of society.(3) Broadly speaking, it's unfeminist, which is why young women are frowned on for stripping off, but this disapprobation is misplaced.(4) The people may feel that their disapprobation of homosexual conduct is strong enough to disallow homosexual marriage, but not strong enough to criminalize private homosexual acts - and may legislate accordingly.(5) Meanwhile local farmers held a meeting at the Black Horse in Skipton to discuss the new regulations which had been met with universal disapprobation .(6) There are actors who would give away back teeth for this kind of disapprobation .(7) The fall of seventeenth-century art into critical disapprobation was not soon remedied.(8) We solicitously and apologetically caress and celebrate him, because he held on his way and scorned our disapprobation .(9) What would be the consequence if United States should now decide that it it simply cannot risk the worldwide disapprobation that would be involved in a military exercise against Iraq and backed off?(10) No technological innovation except nuclear power has engendered more public disapprobation than genetically modified food, particularly in Europe, where the anti-GM movement is huge.(11) ├ö├ç├┐I am wealthier than you├ö├ç├û as an attitude among youth earns our immediate disapprobation .(12) Social incentives are the most powerful forces in our world - the reason you can't wear your underwear on your head is because of disapprobation .(13) Usury was but one aspect of capital, and met with moral and legal disapprobation .(14) I would no more require a State to criminalize homosexual acts - or, for that matter, display any moral disapprobation of them - than I would forbid it to do so.(15) The moral disapprobation of the US did not faze the Indian leadership at all.(16) I shall put moral indignation - or, more weakly, moral disapprobation - in the centre of this one.