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Definitions for opprobrium
əˈproʊ bri əmop·pro·bri·um

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. obloquy, opprobriumnoun

    state of disgrace resulting from public abuse

  2. infamy, opprobriumnoun

    a state of extreme dishonor

    "a date which will live in infamy"- F.D.Roosevelt; "the name was a by-word of scorn and opprobrium throughout the city"

Wiktionary

  1. opprobriumnoun

    Disgrace arising from exceedingly shameful conduct; ignominy.

    Etymology: First attested 1656, from opprobrium, from opprobro, from ob + probrum.

  2. opprobriumnoun

    Scornful reproach or contempt

    Don't give him a term of opprobrium.

    Etymology: First attested 1656, from opprobrium, from opprobro, from ob + probrum.

  3. opprobriumnoun

    A cause of shame or disgrace.

    Etymology: First attested 1656, from opprobrium, from opprobro, from ob + probrum.

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  1. Opprobrium

    Opprobrium is a death metal band from Metairie, Louisiana. Founded in 1986 by brothers Francis and Moyses Howard under the name Incubus, Natives of Rio de Janeiro, the Howards emigrated to New Orleans and formed the band. The original incarnation featured bassist/lead vocalist Scot Latour, and the trio's 1987 demo Supernatural Death landed them a deal with the small Brutal Records imprint. Their official debut, Serpent Temptation, was released in 1988; however, LaTour departed soon afterward, leaving Francis to take over vocal duties. Incubus signed with Nuclear Blast Records in 1990 and soon released their follow-up Beyond the Unknown; recording with Francis on bass as well, Incubus eventually tabbed Mark Lavenia as the full-time bassist. But shortly thereafter, in 1991, Incubus disbanded then reappeared after a ten year break from the music business in 2000, they were forced to change their name in order to avoid confusion with newly emerging alternative rock band Incubus from California. They released their album Discerning Forces on Nuclear Blast Records in 2000. The band is noted for their particular style, a death/thrash metal crossover, combined with lyrics about death, violence and occasionally Christian references. Francis Howard and Scot Latour sang background vocals on the song "Stronger Than Hate", the third track on the Sepultura album Beneath the Remains. Francis Howard did guest session vocals on two Cannibal Corpse songs on the album Eaten Back to Life. The band is currently signed to Metal Mind Productions. On July 21, 2009, the band announced that the original bassist, Scot W. Latour, had re-joined the band, after 20 years.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of opprobrium in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of opprobrium in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of opprobrium in a Sentence

  1. Erika Miller:

    I do find it curious the amount of opprobrium and time that protesters dedicate to the freely elected leader of a free country, that they don't direct towards the visit of somebody like the president of China.

  2. Peter Meijer:

    The opprobrium from the Defense Department, from the White House, from the State Department, is frankly laughable, right now, they have done everything to obstruct the situation.

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