disapprobatory

Related to disapprobatory: beggarly, nattiness, arbitrated

disapprobatory

(dɪsˌæprəˈbeɪtərɪ) or

disapprobative

adj
formal of, relating to, or expressing disapproval
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The West Saxon translation of Boethius's sixth-century De Consolatione Philosophiae (On the Consolation of Philosophy), dating to the mid-tenth century (Irvine and Godden x), describes Tarquin, last king of Rome, in terms that are both clearly disapprobatory and also parallel in their grammatical structure to the later phrase in The Battle of Maldon.
What the evidence does establish is that a variety of behaviors did occur with sufficient frequency to be worthy of notice, even if disapprobatory.
A somewhat critical report, it reproves the Council for having so little recourse to the political instruments provided by the Maastricht Treaty - common action and positions - and for continuing to prefer declarations which are of no real interest since a majority are sadly mere rhetoric, translating approbatory or disapprobatory opinions.