- 形容词: opprobrious;
His political opinions have attracted the opprobrium of the Left.
The opprobrium and enmity he incurred were caused by his outspoken brashness.
That drunkard was the opprobrium of our community.
These are all terms of mild opprobrium when directed at the flatterer.
In English, these are all terms of mild opprobrium when directed at the flatterer.
Public opprobrium, though, seems a small price to pay for the calamities visited on everyone else.
不过, 在把其他所有人都卷入灾难之后,自己仅仅是受到公众的指责, 这个代价委实不算大.
And how much further does Arsene Wenger need to go to merit the opprobrium and Chelsea?
Consequently , more opprobrium followed after a couple of good openings went west in Israel.
1. state of disgrace resulting from public abuse
2. a state of extreme dishonor;
"a date which will live in infamy"- F.D.Roosevelt
"the name was a by-word of scorn and opprobrium throughout the city"