Or that being financially provoked to accept a demeaning offer is some form of personal triumph.
One has to wonder if those who do so grasp how insulting and demeaning it is to the president.
“He had a style that some people would describe as demeaning,” one employee told Ad Age.
I was under the impression that “girls” is a demeaning term for adult women.
Indeed, writers at prominent online media outlets chide us for “demeaning” vaccine-deniers, saying to do so “defies explanation.”
You find him oftenest among the poor, and always so demeaning himself as to be the one that was "meek and lowly in heart."
In this demeaning paradigm, "touch is a gift from one who is whole to one who is not" (p. 68).
I will not have you demeaning yourself, even in speech, before Cecile's friend.
But I get some fun trying to do things I never did before, while Mammy scolds me for demeaning myself.
I argued that if I had been rude, apologies was due, and those apologies without a question of demeaning, I did make.