Disapproval, improbation [obs.], disesteem, displacency [rare]; odium; dislike [See Dislike]; black list, black-ball, ostracism, boycott; index expurgatorius.
DISPARAGEMENT, depreciation, disvaluation, dispraise, discommendation; detraction [See Detraction]; denunciation; condemnation [See Condemnation]; animadversion, reflection, stricture, objection, exception, criticism; blame, censure, obloquy; sar- donic -grin, - laugh; sarcasm, satire, insinuation, innuendo; bad -, poor -, left-handed- compliment.
sneer (contempt) [See Contempt]; taunt (disrespect) [See Disrespect]; cavil, carping, censoriousness; hypercriticism (fastidiousness) [See Fastidiousness].
REPREHENSION, remonstrance, expostulation, reproof, reprobation, admonition, increpation [archaic], reproach; rebuke, reprimand, castigation, jobation [colloq.], lecture, curtain lecture, blowup [colloq.]; blowing up, trimming, wigging, dressing, dressing down [all colloq.]; rating, scolding, correction, set down, rap on the knuckles, coup de bec [F.], rebuff; slap, slap on the face; home thrust, hit; frown, scowl, black look.
diatribe, jeremiad or jeremiade, tirade, philippic.
chiding, upbraiding &c. v.; exprobration [rare], personal remarks, abuse, vituperation, invective, objurgation, contumely; hard -, cutting -, bitter- words; evil-speaking; bad language [See Malediction]; personality.
CLAMOR, outcry, hue and cry; hiss, hissing, sibilation, catcall; execration [See Malediction].