opprobrious [uh-proh-bree-uh s]
1. conveying or expressing opprobrium, as language or a speaker: opprobrious invectives.
2. outrageously disgraceful or shameful: opprobrious conduct.
1. reproachful, abusive, vituperative, contemptuous.
2. dishonorable, ignominious.
Origin: 1350-1400; Middle English < Late Latin opprobriōsus, equivalent to Latin opprobri (um) opprobrium + -ōsus -ous
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