deprecatory definition

  • adjective:
    • Expressing disapproval or criticism.
    • Mildly disparaging or uncomplimentary, specially of oneself.
    • That deprecates; apologetic or disparaging
    • looking after remove or avert wicked by prayer; apologetic.
    • Serving to deprecate; articulating a low opinion of.
    • looking after minimize or disparage
    • Expressing disapproval or critique.
    • moderately disparaging or uncomplimentary, especially of oneself.
    • That deprecates; apologetic or disparaging
    • Tending to remove or avert wicked by prayer; apologetic.
    • offering to deprecate; revealing a reduced viewpoint of.
    • looking after minimize or disparage
  • others:
    • Serving or intended to deprecate or avert some threatened wicked or action; characterized by entreaty or protest meant to avert something bad or painful.
    • Serving or meant to deprecate or avert some threatened evil or activity; described as entreaty or protest intended to avert one thing wicked or painful.
  • noun:
    • A deprecating speech or act.
    • A deprecating speech or work.

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