• Definition for "disvalue"
    • To consider as of little or no price.
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  • Sentence for "disvalue"
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  • Synonym for "disvalue"
  • Verb Forms for "disvalue"

disvalue definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To consider as of little or no price.
    • Archaic To disparage.
    • To undervalue; to depreciate.
    • To view as of little or no value.
    • To view by little if any value.
    • Archaic To disparage.
    • Archaic To disparage.
    • To undervalue; to depreciate.
    • To undervalue; to depreciate.
  • noun:
    • an adverse value of some thing.
    • Obsolete Disesteem.
    • harm, demerit
    • Disesteem; disregard.
    • Disesteem; neglect.
    • a bad value of anything.
    • A negative worth of something.
    • Obsolete Disesteem.
    • Obsolete Disesteem.
    • damage, demerit
    • damage, demerit
    • Disesteem; disregard.
    • Disesteem; neglect.
    • Disesteem; neglect.
    • Disesteem; neglect.
  • verb:
    • To consider anything as having minimal price
    • To consider something as having little or no price
    • To consider one thing as having minimum value
  • others:
    • To diminish in price; depreciate; disparage.
    • To diminish in value; depreciate; disparage.
    • To diminish in value; depreciate; disparage.
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