# improbation definition

• noun:
• disapproval
• The work by which falsehood and forgery are proved; an action introduced for the true purpose of having some instrument declared untrue or forged.
• The act of disapproving; disapprobation.
• The act in which falsehood and forgery are shown; an action introduced for the intended purpose of having some tool declared false or forged.
• The act of disallowing; disapproval.
• In Scots law, the work by which falsehood or forgery is shown; an action introduced for the purpose of having some instrument declared untrue or forged.

## Related Sources

• Synonym for "improbation"
• disapprobation