English words and Examples of Usage
use "disparaging" in a sentence
He gives Sun-jae a disparaging
look, and leaves the table. legendary
British ace Albert Ball was initially disparaging
of the S.E.5 but in the end claimed 17 of his 44 victories flying it. disparaging
Mao's idealistic, communitarian values but not
Continental Europe in was not usual in England and this handed the Parliamentary side a prop
aganda weapon which they used to disparage
Many of the words now considered most 'profane' are held to be so because they were created to insult and disparage
a particular group (see pejorative terms ).
Many West Coast residents and some politically motivated writers used Reddick's term to disparage
these poor, whit
e (including those of mixed American Indian ancestry, the largest tribal group being Cherokees ), migrant
workers and their families.
The term crank is likewise used to disparage
In other words, we abandon
Dharma any time we favor our own tenet
s and disparage
There is a slanging match between Elizabeth and Sarah, who each disparage
s of the other's wedding day until Leonora intervenes to restore peace.
But the Ninth Amendment says (in its entirety) "The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage
ed by the people." He also apologised to the King for the public spat over the appointment of the mentri besar, explaining that there was no intention to disparage
the royal household.
Caution is further abandon
ed in order to disparage
Emma and justify Hardy.
Of course that is not to disparage
the amount of money that Kassam must already have invested in the club.
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