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deprecation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of deprecating.
    • A praying against evil; prayer that an evil might be removed or avoided; strong expression of disapprobation.
    • Entreaty for pardon; petitioning.
    • An imprecation or curse.
    • The work of deprecating; a praying against bad; prayer that an evil can be removed or prevented.
    • Entreaty for pardon; petitioning.
    • An imprecation or curse.
    • a powerful appearance of disapprobation; an expression of a low viewpoint.
    • The act of deprecating one thing, as harm or disapproval; counter-prayer or petition; serious desire for exemption or deliverance.
    • Specifically
    • In litanies, a petition become delivered from some wicked, temporal or spiritual.
    • A praying for removal or prevention; entreaty or earnest desire for an averting or delaying: as, to urge reasons in deprecation of war or of a severe judgment; “deprecation of death,”
    • An imprecation; a curse.
    • a prayer to avert or eliminate some evil or disaster
    • the work of revealing disapproval (especially of yourself)
    • The act of deprecating.
    • A praying against evil; prayer that an evil can be eliminated or avoided; strong phrase of disapprobation.
    • Entreaty for pardon; petitioning.
    • An imprecation or curse.
    • The act of deprecating; a praying against evil; prayer that an evil might be eliminated or prevented.
    • Entreaty for pardon; petitioning.
    • An imprecation or curse.
    • a solid appearance of disapprobation; a manifestation of the lowest viewpoint.
    • The work of deprecating some thing, as damage or disapproval; counter-prayer or petition; earnest desire for exemption or deliverance.
    • particularly
    • In litanies, a petition become delivered from some evil, temporal or spiritual.
    • A praying for elimination or prevention; entreaty or earnest wish to have an averting or delaying: as, to urge explanations in deprecation of war or of a severe view; “deprecation of death,”
    • An imprecation; a curse.
    • a prayer to avert or pull some evil or disaster
    • the work of expressing disapproval (especially of your self)
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