Thesaurus / disparagingly

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Kolfage claimed the retired union representative had made a disparaging comment against him and veterans in general.

Veteran, War Hero, Defendant, Trollby Jeremy Schwartz and Perla TrevizoSeptember 29, 2020ProPublica

Some defendants reached a settlement with Kolfage that included an agreement to not publish anything about the other and to remove disparaging statements where possible.

Veteran, War Hero, Defendant, Trollby Jeremy Schwartz and Perla TrevizoSeptember 29, 2020ProPublica

In moments of resentment Shelley could write angrily and disparagingly of Claire.

I wouldn't let Martha Ann be spoken of disparagingly in the town for the world.

"I think we'd better let well enough alone," said he disparagingly.

NedraGeorge Barr McCutcheon

They all spoke most disparagingly of Russian conditions at the time.

But why do you speak so disparagingly of King David, whom I always had a weakness for?

You surely do not treat the old age and last moments of the year so disparagingly as to make working days of them!

Do not, when abroad, speak continually in praise of your own country, or disparagingly of others.

"I do not think much of them," say I, disparagingly, kneeling down to examine them.

NancyRhoda Broughton

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