disapprove

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condemn

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turn down

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Synonyms for disapprove

to have or express an unfavorable opinion of

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Majorities of Democrats disapprove of five out of six positions, and a plurality disapproves of his most popular, simplifying the tax code - probably because they don't trust him to do that fairly.
On only one of the six issues is there a majority that disapproves of the president's position.
March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- A new Harris Poll measures the proportions of all adults who approve or disapprove of President Bush's positions on six domestic policy issues which he has described as being important goals in his second term.
If the borough president disapproves, and the Planning Commission approves or approves with modifications, the borough president could cast what is known as a "triple no" vote.
The Toronto Stock Exchange neither approves nor disapproves the information contained in this News Release, The TSX Venture Exchange neither approves nor disapproves the information contained in this News Release.
20: If the president disapproves the BRAC recommendations, the commission must submit revised recommendations by this date.
Finally, on Social Security reform, a 59 to 34 percent majority disapproves of the president's position.
How much do you approve or disapprove of President Bush's positions on the
9 ( ANI ): Majority of Americans disapproves of the role played by House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) in handling the fiscal cliff negotiations, a new poll has found.
Hopley Vice President Corporate Development -0- The Vancouver Stock Exchange neither approves nor disapproves the information contained in this News Release.
The Vancouver Stock Exchange neither approves nor disapproves of the contents of this news release.
The Arab League says it disapproves a continued Israeli troop existence on the eastern border of a future state of Palestine, an offer Palestinians say was floated by the U.