Obloquy

Antonyms of OBLOQUY

Examples of usage:

  1. This doctrine he forcibly supported in his Disquisitions on Matter and Spirit, 1777. Through the obloquy these works produced, he lost his position as librarian to Lord Shelburne. "A Biographical Dictionary of Freethinkers of All Ages and Nations" by Joseph Mazzini Wheeler
  2. They may hardly hope for recognition before they are fifty; some few cases point the other way, but very few- the rule is thirty years of neglect and obloquy. "Modern Painting" by George Moore
  3. More than their due proportion of obloquy has been visited upon the Spaniards for their part in the extension of slavery and for the offences against justice and humanity committed in the New World, almost as though they alone deserved the pillory. "Bartholomew de Las Casas; his life, apostolate, and writings" by Francis Augustus MacNutt
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