disparagement[ dih-spar-ij-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disparagement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPARAGEMENT
It is no disparagement of Walpole to say he is unworthy of you, for who would be worthy?
Some disparagement of Jim, I believe—not too loud though, we were too near the house.
Would it not be like a disparagement of Nelly if he were to confess that he had never loved her?
It is no disparagement to truth, that it can only prevail where reason prevails.
It is no disparagement of you or of myself to say that no boy could appreciate you.
This remark is no disparagement of Macaulay's genius, but a classification of it.
It is no disparagement of the artistic soul to say that it likes manure.
The comparison of comfort was also greatly to the disparagement of the coaches.
I have said in the Preface that nothing is known to Earle's disparagement.
He hitched his shoulders, and made a grimace of disparagement.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISPARAGEMENT
- running down
- smear campaign