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See definition of discommend on Dictionary.com
  • as indeprecate
  • as indisapprove
  • as indiscountenance
  • as infrown
  • as inobject

synonyms for discommend

  • depreciate
  • derogate
  • detract
  • discountenance
  • disesteem
  • disfavor
  • disparage
  • expostulate
  • frown
  • object
  • pooh-pooh
  • rip
  • cut down to size
  • disapprove of
  • mudsling
  • not go for
  • poor-mouth
  • protest against
  • put down
  • run down
  • take dim view of
  • take down
  • take exception to

antonyms for discommend

MOST RELEVANT
  • approve
  • commend
  • compliment
  • increase
  • laud
  • praise
  • sanction
  • build up
  • endorse
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How to use discommend in a sentence

Yet I would not have you to beleeve, tho I so much discommend it, that it is no waies usefully profitable.
THE TEN PLEASURES OF MARRIAGE AND THE CONFESSION OF THE NEW-MARRIED COUPLE (1682)A. MARSH
Who else shall discommend her choice, I giving it my hearty voice?
THE VICTORIES OF LOVECOVENTRY PATMORE
No, no, it is impossible; but your ladyship can't discommend his unwillingness to depart from his fee.
JOSEPH ANDREWS, VOL. 2HENRY FIELDING
There is, I suppose, hardly a book which one ought to discommend to the young person more than La Religieuse.
A HISTORY OF THE FRENCH NOVEL, VOL. 1GEORGE SAINTSBURY
Discommend a boy, and you discourage him; but commend him, and it will spur him on.
THE PROVERBS OF SCOTLANDALEXANDER HISLOP
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WORDS RELATED TO DISCOMMEND

  • cut down to size
  • depreciate
  • derogate
  • detract
  • disapprove of
  • discommend
  • discountenance
  • disesteem
  • disfavor
  • disparage
  • expostulate
  • frown
  • mudsling
  • not go for
  • object
  • pooh-pooh
  • poor-mouth
  • protest against
  • put down
  • rip
  • run down
  • take dim view of
  • take down
  • take exception to
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.