depreciate[ dih-pree-shee-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF depreciate
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I do not wish from what I have said to depreciate confidence, so necessary to man.
Far be it from me, Sir, to depreciate merit so extraordinary.
He too will be apt to depreciate their application to the arts.
It is no compliment to the Creator to depreciate His handiwork.
It has been usual to depreciate modern languages when compared with ancient.
She liked to hear him praised, and, woman-like, began to depreciate him faintly.
His part on the other hand was to depreciate their importance.
His reputation is high among his countrymen, and you must not expect me to depreciate it.'
The production and export are strictly limited, so that prices may not depreciate.
It is often easy to depreciate the treasures which we possess.