How to Pronounce disapprovers?

Correct pronunciation for the word "disapprovers" is [dˌɪsɐpɹˈuːvəz], [dˌɪsɐpɹˈuːvəz], [d_ˌɪ_s_ɐ_p_ɹ_ˈuː_v_ə_z].

"Disapprovers" in context

Disapprovers are people who actively express their disagreement with someone else's opinion or decision. It is not uncommon to meet these individuals in a workplace setting, or even within a family. They seem to create an atmosphere of tension, as they often act in a very confrontational way towards those with whom they disagree. Such people often try to override the other's opinion and want to impose their own ideas. Additionally, disapprovers often tend to be viewed as overly opinionated, argumentative and sometimes hostile.

Disapprovers can be difficult to deal with, since they are typically set in their views, and will rarely budge from them.

Usage over time for disapprovers:

This graph shows how "disapprovers" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

3 words made out of letters DISAPPROVERS

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