discommend definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to demonstrate or sound disapproval of.
    • To cause in the future into disfavor or ill respect.
    • to demonstrate or sound disapproval of.
    • resulting in to come into disfavor or ill regard.
    • to say with disapprobation; the culprit; to disapprove.
    • to reveal to censure or ill favor; to place out of the good graces of any one.
    • To mention with disapprobation; to blame; to disapprove.
    • to reveal to censure or ill-favor; to place out of the good graces of any one.
  • verb:
    • to demonstrate disapproval of one thing, find fault with.
    • to exhibit disapproval of anything, discover fault with.
    • To talk dissuasively of, to advise against.
    • To speak dissuasively of, to advise against.
  • others:
    • expressing or give occasion for disapprobation of; hold-up or expose to censure or dislike: the exact opposite of recommend.
    • expressing or provide celebration for disapprobation of; last or expose to censure or dislike: the exact opposite of endorse.

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