derogate

[ verb der-uh-geyt; adjective der-uh-git, -geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF derogate

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But to say they are artificial does not derogate from their genius.

You cannot derogate from the value of reason without using reason.

With the leave of Lady Noailles we will derogate from the regulations to-night.

Again, what you giue to others, you derogate from your selfe.

A man with such a nature as yours should not derogate so far.

It had pleased God to make her a Marchioness,—and should she derogate from God's wish?

Marion was going to say "you will not derogate from the real nobility of your nature."

But only a fool could say such a thing; besides, of course, Lady Tal must derogate.

But by his marriage he might either support or derogate from these honours.

And from his derogate body never spring A babe to honour him!

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