belittle[ bih-lit-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF belittle
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Now, far be it from us to belittle the splendor of this scientific vision.
Rather it was the city person's point of view he was inclined to belittle.
"It is the money-grabbers of the world who belittle empire," Duncan answered.
Even since the war, the English have tried to belittle the Irish.
Why, words would only belittle this part of our “performance.”
In seeming to belittle him I have taken an ungrateful piece of work in hand.
The Americans did not belittle the strength of the military works.
Because jealous ones cannot equal the leader they seek to belittle him.
Go he had to, and it was plain to him that in striving to belittle Ray he had damaged his own cause.
He stared at her, not able to comprehend how she could belittle a present from such a source.