opprobrium


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Related to opprobrium: aggrandizement, vacillation
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state of disgrace resulting from public abuse

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a state of extreme dishonor

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Much of the opprobrium has come from the tourism industry in Luxor, a city whose wealth and status is carved from the pharaonic ruins which attract millions of tourists every year.
It seems unfair that Naismith should have to deal with such opprobrium while he tries to adapt as part of a small squad where fringe players are forced into being deployed as game-changers when they are not ready or incapable of fulfilling that remit.
Such is the level of opprobrium to which disrespect has been raised in society in general, and football in particular, that no amount of physical abuse can match it.
In a world where social media rules, players are more open to scrutiny and public opprobrium than ever, justified or not.
Has anyone suggested he has brought ridicule on himself and opprobrium to his native country?
This justified the opprobrium with which Nigerians reacted to the New Year's gift of an inflated pump price of petrol, five months to his first anniversary
His decision to cross the line and begin an affair attracts the opprobrium of his mentor Sigmund Freud (Viggo Mortensen).
Gingrich, accused of sanctimonious hypocrisy in one instance, invited his audience to turn its opprobrium upon institutions perceived to be offering sanctimonious hypocrisy every day.
But few have met with so much anger and opprobrium as the hostile takeover of Cadbury by Kraft.
Let's just hope that the bullies at Best Burger fast come to realise this is not the way to go if you don't want a great deal more unwelcome attention and opprobrium than the original post would have generated -- particularly if it had been taken -- in the spirit that blog posts are almost invariably intended -- as valid customer feedback
Or the fact that every US intervention in Middle East regional affairs over the past quarter century has been met by the opprobrium of the Arab street, involving countless television interviews where Arab 'thinkers' heap scorn and derision on Washington, accompanied by demonstrations involving screaming, shouting and the burning of effigies and the US flag?
Particular opprobrium is reserved for Simon Bazalgette, the managing director of Jockey Club Racecourses, one of whose most prestigious
She noted that US-backed UN sanctions were "biting" Iran's economy, especially its financial sector, and the talks offer was a "way out of increasing opprobrium from the international community".
Chavez, however, is not the only person upon whom opprobrium falls.
The Russians quickly expelled the Georgian Army, to almost universal opprobrium from the West.