English words and Examples of Usage
use "denizen" in a sentence
With the assistance of Sol, the denizen of our own Sun, he escapes every day, but does not find the Zoi.
Additionally, if a Denizen's House Precedence is high, he or she is better-looking and taller than Denizens of lower precedence.
A Denizen's social status, political role, and magical
Clark, while leftists felt obliged to defend Clark, if not his historical method.
This is not to denigrate
the contributions of Labor, which won many basic working rights for all Americans in several landmark strikes in Sioux City in the first half of the 20th Century.
It promotes the avoidance of expressions or actions that could be understood to denigrate
groups or minorities traditionally regarded as disadvantaged in some way.
Those who have taken away their freedom and sought to slander and denigrate
them have done so because they dared to combat the heinous criminals who were created and continue to be protected by those very same authorities.
Speak up for your industry, don't denigrate
it. Maybe you are in your sixties, maybe your programmes don't get commissioned as often as they did.
I do not denigrate
those who attend those events, but simply recognise that problems of age, infirmity and mobility make it impossible for many older pensioners to come along to express their point of view.
It is not true that to make a distinction between matter and spirit is to denigrate
this world, this life, the body and its dignity, needs and concerns.
And let's not forget the poor guy who lost a good DC government job for correctly using the word "denigrate
And, of course, the line "that's so gay," which is meant to denigrate
something or someone.
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