verb (used with object), de·val·ued, de·val·u·ing.
verb (used without object), de·val·ued, de·val·u·ing.
Origin of devalue
Related Words for devaluingdecrease, lower, devaluate, undervalue, revalue, decry, cheapen, debase, underrate
Examples from the Web for devaluing
Contemporary Examples of devaluing
He worries that pain is a front for the real issue—a devaluing of people with disabilities.U.K. Courts Grant Mother Right to End Her 12-Year-Old Disabled Daughter’s Life
November 4, 2014
The commoditization of the news and devaluing of the truth are just part of our way of life now.Paddy Chayefsky: The Dark Prophet of ‘Network’ News
February 16, 2014
I used humor to distance myself from pain, while never forgetting the pain or diminishing or devaluing it.Why Daniel Tosh’s ‘Rape Joke’ at the Laugh Factory Wasn’t Funny
July 12, 2012
George Zimmerman pulled the trigger, but a larger ethos of devaluing life and the stereotypes of criminality loaded the gun.‘Mad Men’ Highlights Invisible Black People and Stain of Racism
Otis Moss III
March 27, 2012
verb -values, -valuing, -valued, -valuates, -valuating or -valuated
1918, a back-formation from devaluation. Related: Devalued; devaluing.