Meaning of disapprover in English:

disapprover

See synonyms for disapprover

noun

See disapprove

‘So it's natural that the ‘disapprovers,’ essentially all of whom I take to be loyal Democrats, would become more numerous.’
  • ‘I suppose every society needs its self-appointed professional disapprovers, but they really wouldn't be much fun to sit next to at a dinner party.’
  • ‘Some facilities have a critical mass of sexual offenders so the individual sexual offender is safer from the aggressive disapprovers.’
  • ‘In a legalised environment, cafes would keep weed off the streets, and out of the way of disapprovers.’