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> Harsh criticism
> Something that brings in disgrace
> Public disgrace or ill fame that follows from conduct considered grossly wrong or vicious

It came from the Latin verb opprobrare which means to reproach.


The bombing of the hosptials during the war was met with widespread opprobrium

They’re going ahead with the plan despite public opprobrium

Malignign reputation of others in a wilful manner is an opprobrious crime.

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