disparage

All Verb Noun
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  • So whatever we do, don't let us say anything disparaging about them. Cited from Hung Lou Meng, Book II, by Cao Xueqin
  • Yet she had never permitted any one to disparage her husband behind his back. Cited from In Fire Of The Forge, by Georg Ebers, v4
  • I would not say a word about the German people to disparage them. Cited from Selected Speeches on British Foreign Policy 1738-1914, by Edgar Jones
  • But she continued to disparage him to his face and to me. Cited from The Boss of Little Arcady, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • Following the suit, both sides were disparaging towards each other in the media.
  • He felt that he ought not to disparage the mother to the child. Cited from He Fell In Love With His Wife, by Edward P. Roe
  • We shall not again disparage America, now that we have seen what men it will bear. Cited from Modern Eloquence: Vol II, After-Dinner Speeches E-O, by Various
  • However he spent more of his energy pushing his own values than disparaging others.
  • There are times when a person is supposed to speak out, even though the information may be disparaging.
  • What usually makes one teacher disparage the work of another? Cited from The Vitalized School, by Francis B. Pearson
  • Such a charge can be admitted without seriously disparaging the value of his work. Cited from James Fenimore Cooper, by Thomas R. Lounsbury
  • One ventures to disparage them only because they do not turn out the most perfect possible work. Cited from The Greatest Thing In the World and Other Addresses, by Henry Drummond
  • I do not mean to disparage his value to the country. Cited from Children of the Market Place, by Edgar Lee Masters
  • Even some members of the Round Table disparaged it later in life.
  • He disparages the people aboard who would never care enough to notice.
  • Valentine did not seem to care about his beautiful house, he rather disparaged it. Cited from Fated to Be Free, by Jean Ingelow
  • She knows it, and those who disparage her are living in a blind world. Cited from The War on All Fronts: England's Effort, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • One doesn't disparage other cities and other countries when he claims that his own is the best. Cited from The Fat of the Land, by John Williams Streeter
  • Instinctively, she usually said something to disparage the good time of other girls. Cited from Potterism, A Tragi-Farcical Tract, by Rose Macaulay
  • He was, however, somewhat disparaging of the state in which he found British television drama.
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How disparage gets used

Meaning of disparage

  • verb Express a negative opinion of
    She disparaged her student's efforts