How to use Frown-upon in a sentence

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  • While many may frown upon wearing short sleeves for business, others find it perfectly acceptable.

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  • She might even frown upon his showmanship in his method of courting, but secretly, she'll be wooed by his finesse and impressed with his taste and style.

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  • Frugal living experts often frown upon outsourcing household chores, but paying for a weekly cleaning service may be the best choice if it frees up time for you to work extra hours at your day job.

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  • These designs are often chosen as a testament to Christian faith, although many denominations frown upon the practice of body art.

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  • Removable wall stickers are perfect for certain living situations, like dorm rooms or apartment rentals, because they don't cause any damage that landlords would frown upon.

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  • People who are more traditional goths may frown upon the new wave of goths, but it's all in how you feel and what you identify with.

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  • Schools may frown upon combining two or more programs and urge students to consider alternatives, such as choosing one or the other or doing one as a major and one as a minor.

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  • Many employers frown upon men wearing earrings, so if that is the case, leave them at home.

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  • There's a negligible trace of oak in this bright Chardonnay, just enough to consider but not enough to frown upon.

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  • For instance, many people in Japanese frown upon the usage of voice-based calls on cell phones while in public; this is why so many citizens prefer to use text messaging and mobile e-mail instead.

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  • Some origami purists frown upon 3D origami, since it abandons the one sheet of paper rule.

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  • Don't say you found them on a prison pen pals site since some states frown upon that these days and make it hard on inmates with these profiles.

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  • They are one of a few religious tattoo designs deemed acceptable by Christianity at large, which tends to frown upon the practice of tattooing.

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  • Although some denominations of Christianity frown upon tattoos in general, many people still feel comfortable with a cross design.

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