• Definition for "disparagement"
    • The work of disparaging, of belittling.
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disparagement definition

  • noun:
    • The work of disparaging, of belittling.
    • Matching anybody in marriage under his or her degree; harmful union with anything of inferior quality; a lowering in rank or estimation.
    • The act of disparaging, of belittling.
    • Injurious contrast with an inferior; a depreciating or dishonoring opinion or insinuation; diminution of value; dishonor; indignity; reproach; disgrace; detraction; -- commonly with to.
    • Matching anybody in-marriage under his or her level; injurious union with some thing of inferior excellence; a lowering in rank or estimation.
    • Injurious comparison with an inferior; a depreciating or dishonoring viewpoint or insinuation; diminution of price; dishonor; indignity; reproach; disgrace; detraction; -- frequently with to.
    • The matching of a person or a female to at least one of substandard ranking or problem, and against the principles of decency.
    • The coordinating of a guy or a lady to at least one of substandard position or condition, and resistant to the principles of decency.
    • Injury by union or comparison with some thing of substandard excellence.
    • Injury by union or comparison with one thing of inferior superiority.
    • The work of undervaluing or lowering the estimation or personality of people or thing; the act of depreciating; detraction.
    • Diminution of value or excellence; reproach; disgrace; indignity; dishonor: as, poverty is no disparagement to success.
    • Synonyms Derogation, depreciation, debasement, degradation.
    • the act of talking contemptuously of
    • a communication that belittles a person or something like that
    • The work of undervaluing or decreasing the estimation or character of one or thing; the act of depreciating; detraction.
    • Diminution of value or superiority; reproach; disgrace; indignity; dishonor: as, poverty is not any disparagement to greatness.
    • Synonyms Derogation, depreciation, debasement, degradation.
    • the work of speaking contemptuously of
    • a communication that belittles somebody or something like that
    • The work of disparaging, of belittling.
    • Matching any one in marriage under their level; damaging union with one thing of inferior superiority; a lowering in rank or estimation.
    • Injurious contrast with a substandard; a depreciating or dishonoring viewpoint or insinuation; diminution of value; dishonor; indignity; reproach; disgrace; detraction; -- generally with to.
    • The matching of a person or a female to at least one of substandard rank or problem, and up against the guidelines of decency.
    • damage by union or comparison with something of substandard superiority.
    • The act of undervaluing or decreasing the estimation or personality of people or thing; the work of depreciating; detraction.
    • Diminution of worth or quality; reproach; disgrace; indignity; dishonor: as, poverty isn't any disparagement to greatness.
    • Synonyms Derogation, depreciation, debasement, degradation.
    • the act of talking contemptuously of
    • a communication that belittles somebody or something
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