On no fewer than four occasions the police were called in to receive denunciations of Mr Meagles as a Knight of Industry, a good-for- nothing, and a thief, all of which opprobrious
language he bore with the best temper (having no idea what it meant), and was in the most ignominious manner escorted to steam-boats and public carriages, to be got rid of, talking all the while, like a cheerful and fluent Briton as he was, with Mother under his arm.
He will tell you, it is all pfuscherei, which is his most opprobrious
He called the panther every opprobrious
name that fell to his tongue.
Whenever they mentioned Makola's name they always added to it an opprobrious
This is economic sanction aimed at getting both the herdsmen and a complicit federal government to reconsider their opprobrious
actions and toe the line of reason.
16) This usage enjoyed a vogue, indicating particularly bloody or opprobrious
lone murders, before the introduction of the word assassination in the early seventeenth century.
at 1177 ("[T]he gist of the complaint is that CU sanctioned, supported, even funded, a program (showing recruits a 'good time') that, without proper control, would encourage young men to engage in opprobrious
The uncritical "ugly slave" interpretation ascribes "Chounu" to the general genre of opprobrious
Under such a circumstance, there is nothing morally opprobrious
about money-making so long as it helps protect the interests of the shoemakers and the English people in general against foreign dealers.
Mandatory Civility Norms Limiting the Use of Opprobrious
or Insulting Language in Public II.
That such punishments, lasting days on end, were meted out for "speaking mutinous and opprobrious
Republican' was an opprobrious
term used by conservatives to
Presence of opprobrious
ethnic schism in these plural societies is a major obstacle in the way of growth of a nation.
Indeed, "no pronouncement of a legislature can forestall attack upon the constitutionality of the prohibition which it enacts by applying opprobrious
epithets to the prohibited act .
Activity is "protected" if it is neither violent nor sufficiently opprobrious