ImprobationIm`pro*ba"tion\, n. [L. improbatio.]1. The act of disapproving; disapprobation. 2. (Scots Law) The act by which falsehood and forgery are proved; an action brought for the purpose of having some instrument declared false or forged. --Bell.
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