- obloquy (n.)
- mid-15c., "evil speaking," from Late Latin obloquium "speaking against, contradiction," from Latin obloqui "to speak against, contradict," from ob "against" (see ob-) + loqui "to speak," from PIE *tolk(w)- "to speak" (see locution). Related: Obloquious.
- 1. I have had enough obloquy for one lifetime.
- 2. In the Xixi local police station office at Chen Mou to obloquy.
- 3. I have had enough obloquy for one lifetime ( Anthony Eden )
- 我一辈子受够了诽谤 ( 安东尼伊登 )
- 4. I resent the obloquy that you are casting upon my reputation.
[ obloquy 造句 ]