opprobrium


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state of disgrace resulting from public abuse

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a state of extreme dishonor

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I am content to suffer alone while my sufferings shall endure; when I die, I am well satisfied that abhorrence and opprobrium should load my memory.
As the Welfare Secretary who allowed the hateful Bedroom Tax to wreck lives and rip up communities, his head was exactly the right place for all the opprobrium heaped on it.
There was a famous actress, Mary Lawson, known, among other things, as "the face of Shredded Wheat", who had fled from London with her RAF husband to escape the opprobrium heaped on her by a disapproving public.
It is a comedy film, reflecting on issues such as opprobrium responsibilities and social conflict in an easy humorous and sarcastic style.
OPPROBRIUM When Waruguru is not confronting senior police officers and spending a day in jail, Jumwa is daring enough to take head-on an entire political party, while Waiguru makes history as the first female governor alongside veterans like Charity Ngilu, Joyce Laboso and Margaret Kamar.
That was also the year he embarked on the love affair that would lead to imprisonment and public opprobrium. In addition to The Soul of Man under Socialism, are The Decay of Lying; Pen, Pencil and Poison; The Critic as Artist (parts I and II); The Truth of Masks; the preface and extracts from The Picture of Dorian Gray; The Star Child; and Lord Arthur Savile's Crime.
If they put up customs posts along the Irish border they will have to stand the opprobrium and maybe the violence.
'The shameful plagiarism by the Buhari Presidency has further sunk him into self-inflicted public opprobrium, from which he has not recovered since the demonstration by Nigerians, that he does not have his acclaimed West African Examination Council certificate and had to procure an attestation, which Nigerians also discovered to be a forged document.
'In failing to do so, Mr President is opening himself to public opprobrium particularly as millions of Nigerian youths see such as grossly undesirable of a leader, expected to set examples.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal minister for information and broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry, who is in hot water after making bizarre claims pertaining to helicopter's per hour cost, on Wednesday dispelled opprobrium while stating no compromise will be made on security of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
If the EU seeks to disrupt businesses in Europe and Britain they will do so at their peril, bringing opprobrium on themselves from both sides of the Channel and similarly if they wish to provide an unnecessary and unpopular hard border in Ireland they will have to try to do it.
The opprobrium that followed struck one more blow to the tangled roots of the repugnant, gargantuan form of sexism that for centuries has cast a ever-long, malevolent shadow on the issue of women as equal partners in evolution.
He is now "Shamed Ant", when he looked set to be dubbed Sir Anthony, and has to battle his addiction in the harsh light of public opprobrium.
In a chapter Sherrill called "Swords Into Plowshares, As It Were," he quoted without opprobrium anti-African-American hate screeds looking like something out of a KKK newsletter.
This sits-in culture has attracted a massive opprobrium in Pakistan encompassing some neighbouring countries for that political and this religious unrest has rendered Pakistan into a great loss both economically and politically.