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obloquy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishobloquyob‧lo‧quy /ˈɒbləkwi $ ˈɑːb-/ noun [uncountable] formal  1 CRITICIZEvery strong offensive criticism2 REPUTATIONloss of respect and honour
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obloquyAnd on top of these there is, of course, the moral obloquy attendant on the cowardly betrayal of a visitor to this shore.They may even invite mild social obloquy.
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