obloquy (n.) Old form(s): obloquie
disgrace, reproach, slander
1H6 II.v.49[Richard to Mortimer, of Somerset's remarks] Which obloquy set bars before my tongue
AW IV.ii.44[Bertram to Diana, of his ring] Which were the greatest obloquy i'th' world / In me to lose
Luc.523[Tarquin to Lucrece, of her children] thou, the author of their obloquy
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