usage note for disparaging
OTHER WORDS FROM disparagingdis·par·ag·ing·ly, adverbnon·dis·par·ag·ing, adjectiveself-dis·par·ag·ing, adjective
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How to use disparaging in a sentence
The name Washington Redskins is disparaging to Native Americans.Amanda Blackhorse Is ‘Confident’ Snyder Will Lose His Redskins Appeal|Robert Silverman|June 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This isn't disparaging to other comedy actresses, but there's a range of skill sets, and she's just a bad ass actor.'About a Boy' Star David Walton Is No Hugh Grant, in the Best Way|Kevin Fallon|February 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
ATOMIC ENERGY In 1938, Fortune magazine was disparaging about the future uses of atomic energy.
And I find it hard to imagine that he would be disparaging of his customers if they happened to be gay.The True Story Behind Dallas Buyers Club: Meet the Real Ron Woodruff|Andrew Romano|November 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Unless the people now disparaging Keynes get their hands on them.
Even to hear any one disparaging the appearance of Jess's son is to me a pain.A Window in Thrums|J. M. Barrie
I have no disposition to say disparaging things about the garden of annuals.Amateur Gardencraft|Eben E. Rexford
But that's just the way with professing Christians; they are always disparaging the delights which they are unfitted to enjoy.The Fiend's Delight|Dod Grile
The fruit, of course, is that for which the tree is cultivated; but who would magnify the fruit by disparaging the sap?
This was an implication deregatory to the glory, and disparaging to the power of the Son of God.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II|Francis Augustus Cox