Origin of disparagement
Related formsself-dis·par·age·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for disparagement
Disparagement painted over with the brushstrokes of complimentary praise is still disparagement.Dear White People: Well-Meaning Paternalism Is Still Racist|Chloé Valdary|December 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He believes that mockery, disparagement, or airing personal grudges are never appropriate.
Today, “businessman” and “profit” are no longer words of disparagement in India.
Is not this a disparagement of the person of man and a denial of God's power?No and Yes|Mary Baker Eddy
That is not said in disparagement of the last, but in admiration of the first.The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2)|Frederic G. Kenyon
For its priests and temples we have no words of disparagement.The Hearth-Stone|Samuel Osgood
This I say in no disparagement of our cavalry, who have done so magnificently.The German War|Arthur Conan Doyle
Go and Catch a Falling Star is but one of a series of delightful lyrics in disparagement of women.The Art of Letters|Robert Lynd