Definition of Opprobriously. Meaning of Opprobriously. Synonyms of Opprobriously

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Definition of Opprobriously

Opprobriously
Opprobrious Op*pro"bri*ous, a. [L. opprobriosus, fr. opprobrium. See Opprobrium.] 1. Expressive of opprobrium; attaching disgrace; reproachful; scurrilous; as, opprobrious language. They . . . vindicate themselves in terms no less opprobrious than those by which they are attacked. --Addison. 2. Infamous; despised; rendered hateful; as, an opprobrious name. This dark, opprobrious den of shame. --Milton. -- Op*pro"bri*ous*ly, adv. -- Op*pro"bri*ous*ness, n.

Meaning of Opprobriously from wikipedia

- vicinity. Writing in 1904, journalist Clifton Johnson do****ented the "opprobrious" character of the word ****, emphasizing that it was chosen in the...
- attached to him since the ****essors at the Conservatoire first applied it, opprobriously, to his early work Printemps. Langham Smith comments that Debussy wrote...
- the great coronation ceremony of Yudhishthira in punishment for the opprobrious abuse made against his august personage. He was also called Chaidya,...
- uncir****cised (Joshua 5:9.) The term arelim ("uncir****cised" [plural]) is used opprobriously, denoting the Philistines and other non-Israelites (I Samuel 14:6, 31:4;...
- reprimanded", in part for "inveighing against [officials] with insulting and opprobrious language". While Schubert never saw Senn again, he did set some of his...
- by fraud to build His Temple right against the Temple of God On that opprobrious Hill, and made his Grove The pleasant Vally of HINNOM, TOPHET thence...
- said to be caused by a private quarrel, he was "****ured it was owing to opprobrious language uttered against Madam Anne by his Majesty's sister, the Duchess...
- a willingness to believe. This was proved by affixing to Oswald the opprobrious epithet of 'cop-killer.'" Jim Garrison alleged that evidence was altered...
- still used more or less as a synonym for political party, but "with opprobrious (critical, derogatory) sense, conveying the im****tion of selfish or...
- uncir****cised (Joshua 5:9). The name arelim ("uncir****cised") became an opprobrious term, especially a pejorative name for the Philistines, who might have...
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