noun, plural obloquies.
1. censure, blame, or abusive language aimed at a person or thing, especially by numerous persons or by the general public.
2. discredit, disgrace, or bad repute resulting from public blame, abuse, or denunciation
1. reproach, calumny; aspersion, revilement.
1. praise. 2. credit.
Origin: 1425-75; late Middle English < Late Latin obloquium contradiction, equivalent to Latin obloqu (ī) to contradict ( ob- ob- + loquī to speak) + -ium -ium
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