disparage[ dih-spar-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF disparage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPARAGE
Nothing is more unjust than to disparage one sex relatively to the other.
It would have its work done, and be free to disparage those who have laboured for it.'
It may shun, deprecate, disparage, but it never despises them.
I do not disparage one of her attractions, and she has scores of them.
She means to discredit my station, and disparage my influence; how shall I reply to her?
You enumerate one by one all the ingredients, and you disparage the total.
To perceive and admit this is not to disparage Byron's achievements.
Let us be indulgent to the evacuator nor disparage his eccentric wardrobe.
By this I do not mean to disparage such tools as implements of war.
There is no reason to exalt or to disparage either at the expense of the other.