Different Danish authors had recently written about the town, and in as depreciatory a strain as they could.
And yet I have a word to say which may seem to be depreciatory of legislators.
His speech, in fact, resolved itself into a series of depreciatory comments upon Lord Spencers administration.
All of its despatches from the West, Churchill's as well as others, were depreciatory.
There was some superior and depreciatory laughter, and then Mona was required to repeat what she knew.
It was not only the soldiers who took this depreciatory view of France.
“A precious small one, though,” said Roberts in a depreciatory tone.
Sets of laudatory or depreciatory adjectives are employed in the same way.
She was a rara avis in terris and excited any amount of appreciatory and depreciatory comment.
But then, that is not depreciatory of his power and eloquence—surely not.