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Sentence count:11Posted:2017-03-11Updated:2017-03-11
Synonym: calumniationcalumnydefamationhatchet jobopprobriumtraducementSimilar words: soliloquyloquateloquenteloquencecolloquiumcolloquialloquaciousgrandiloquentMeaning: ['ɑbləkwɪ /'ɒb-] n. 1. state of disgrace resulting from public abuse 2. a false accusation of an offense or a malicious misrepresentation of someone's words or actions. 
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1. I have had enough obloquy for one lifetime.
2. They may even invite mild social obloquy.
3. Much of the conventional obloquy that attaches to his name is due to the indignation of hypocrites who hate the frank avowal of evil-doing.
4. I resent the obloquy that you are casting upon my reputation.
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5. I have had enough obloquy for one lifetime ( Anthony Eden ).
6. In the interview, he also compared the obloquy directed at WikiLeaks by the Obama administration and other critics with the "persecution" endured by American Jews in the 1950s.
7. And on top of these there is, of course, the moral obloquy attendant on the cowardly betrayal of a visitor to this shore.
8. He said he was pleased that Richard rated tall within presented obloquy, when with the name Wiseman "I calculate I was predestined to be one theoretical."
9. Destroy the people's faith in their natural leaders by holding the latter up to contempt, ridicule and obloquy.
10. If they did plump for us, they became as much the target for Latin American obloquy as we were.
11. In the Xixi local police station office at Chen Mou to obloquy.
More similar words: soliloquyloquateloquenteloquencecolloquiumcolloquialloquaciousgrandiloquentventriloquistoblongbaroquecroquetquid pro quogobletnobleobliqueobligeobligedproblemennobleignobleobliquelyoblivionobligingoblationobligatenoblemanhobgoblinobliviousblog
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