Countenanced [verb]

Definition of Countenanced:

approve, support

Opposite/Antonyms of Countenanced:

Sentence/Example of Countenanced:

Unless she has more details to back that up, I can’t in good countenance continue showing you this.

The latter are countenanced by no class of vows lawfully made, either in Old Testament times or in a later period.

The use of grout is, therefore, a sign of inefficient workmanship, and should not be countenanced in good work.

These man-hunts were not prevented, though perhaps not openly countenanced, by the Roman governors.

The fitful evasiveness of her manner when the subject was under discussion countenanced the idea.

This should be conclusive that Virginia republicanism in no way countenanced nullification.

If I had known these Christmas parties countenanced such impoliteness, I would have stayed at home.

D'Alembert was told that if he countenanced the new idol, he must bid farewell to his former patroness.

It was only when faced by the problem of a national uprising that he countenanced anything bordering upon capital punishment.

And yet the practice was very common, and was countenanced by the highest in rank in the kingdom.