disparagingly

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She was sorry, she said, to find that I thought so disparagingly of my brother.

O'Shea then tried the Turf,—disparagingly, as a great moralist ought.

As to the People, if I shall seem to have spoken of them disparagingly, it has not been unkindly.

“But it is differently rigged to the boats on the Thames, uncle,” I said disparagingly.

His work is disparagingly criticised by other living sociologists.

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

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

"I suppose they did—of some sort," said Janet, disparagingly.

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

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

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