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synonyms for denigrate

  • besmirch
  • defame
  • disparage
  • impugn
  • slander
  • vilify
  • asperse
  • blacken
  • blister
  • calumniate
  • decry
  • knock
  • libel
  • revile
  • roast
  • scandalize
  • traduce
  • bad mouth
  • dis
  • give black eye
  • mudsling
  • put down
  • rip up
  • run down
  • tear down
See also synonyms for: denigrating
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antonyms for denigrate

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  • approve
  • commend
  • compliment
  • flatter
  • praise
  • laud
  • boost
  • cherish
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How to use denigrate in a sentence

So instead of feeling denigrated or ostracized, they feel seen and valued as part of the academic community.
SUNSETTING OLD CONVICTION RECORDS IS A STEP TOWARD FAIRNESS AND COMMUNITY SAFETYKHALID ALEXANDERSEPTEMBER 3, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
The reality, though, is that Carlson is espousing an obviously false line in an effort to both denigrate Democrats as desperate and to cast immigrants as a dangerous force aimed at toppling America as we know it.
TUCKER CARLSON’S TOXIC ‘REPLACEMENT’ RHETORIC GETS PICKED UP IN THE HOUSEPHILIP BUMPAPRIL 14, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO DENIGRATE

  • abuse
  • backstab
  • badmouth
  • calumniate
  • denigrate
  • gossip
  • lie
  • malign
  • scandalize
  • slander
  • spite
  • traduce
  • vilify
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