opprobrium (Meaning)

Wordnet

opprobrium (n)

state of disgrace resulting from public abuse

a state of extreme dishonor

Webster

opprobrium (n.)

Disgrace; infamy; reproach mingled with contempt; abusive language.

opprobrium Sentence Examples

  1. The politician's outrageous behavior elicited opprobrium from all corners of society.
  2. The company's environmental negligence brought forth a wave of opprobrium from concerned citizens.
  3. Her actions were met with universal opprobrium, tarnishing her reputation irreparably.
  4. The athlete's use of performance-enhancing drugs invited opprobrium from fans and fellow competitors alike.
  5. The oppressive regime faced widespread opprobrium for its human rights abuses.
  6. The minister's insensitive remarks drew forth a chorus of opprobrium from religious leaders.
  7. The oppressive regime's inhumane policies earned international opprobrium.
  8. The film's crude humor sparked opprobrium from critics and viewers.
  9. The scandal-ridden politician's name has become synonymous with opprobrium.
  10. The widespread corruption in the government drew forth opprobrium from the citizens.

FAQs About the word opprobrium

state of disgrace resulting from public abuse, a state of extreme dishonorDisgrace; infamy; reproach mingled with contempt; abusive language.

scandal, disgrace, stigma, reproach, stain,reflection, dishonor, brand, spot,slur

honor, honor, credit,credit, pride,glory, treasure, glory, pride, treasure

The politician's outrageous behavior elicited opprobrium from all corners of society.

The company's environmental negligence brought forth a wave of opprobrium from concerned citizens.

Her actions were met with universal opprobrium, tarnishing her reputation irreparably.

The athlete's use of performance-enhancing drugs invited opprobrium from fans and fellow competitors alike.