• “Opprobrium” is my word for WordWednesday.
• Noun: Doing something that brings disgrace, public disgrace, conduct considered grossly wrong or vicious, contempt, reproach
• Pronunciation – uh-PROH-bree-um
• Years ago, it was not unusual for adults to publicly or privately shame a child to discipline them for their “Opprobrium” behavior.
• Now, you never hear people say, “Shame on you!” to a child when they display “Opprobrium.”
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