depreciation

[ dih-pree-shee-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF depreciation

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"There's a good view from the window," he said to console her for his depreciation of the picture.

But there were social as well as moral reasons for the depreciation of Malory and Boccaccio.

This is not said in depreciation of England's military powers.

It may put on the garb of humility, and use the language of depreciation.

If neither is undertaken, depreciation sets in all the faster.

But in 1741 the rate of depreciation was certainly much higher.

The great "boom" of the West began after the depreciation had commenced.

As he could not forgive Descartes, so Cousin cannot forgive him for his depreciation of Descartes.

"Oh—" She made a little sound of depreciation and happiness.

You know what it came to, labor, materials, depreciation on machinery—everything?

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