It quickly came to mean, to deplore or to disapprove in an especially morally laden way.
I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.
So why do we still love her but disapprove of all things GOOP?
About two-thirds of the French now disapprove of their president.
In a Washington Post/ABC poll, 67 percent disapprove of the way that Republicans are handling federal spending.
Wisdom and virtue should, no doubt, have made him disapprove of Miss May's little outbreak of hot temper.
You have never been to the theatre, you say, and yet you disapprove of it.
If I read this over, as I am now going to do, and disapprove of myself, it is not too late to change my mind.
And though I disapprove of your husband's doings, you know I would not willingly do him any harm?
Still you have recognized the phenomenon, but you disapprove of Favorinus' explanation of it?