noun, plural dis·ir [dee-sir]. /ˈdi sɪr/. Scandinavian Mythology.
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verb (used with object), dissed, dis·sing.
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noun Classical Mythology.
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Dissing its Nobel laureates is a bit of a tradition in Pakistan, too.Why So Many Pakistanis Hate Their Nobel Peace Prize Winner|Chris Allbritton|October 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sure, Cruz recently irked fellow Senate Republicans by dissing them as “squishes” on gun control.Squishes, Step Aside: Ted Cruz and Chris Christie’s Old-School Manliness|Michelle Cottle|May 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Dissing contraception, college, female soldiers, and JFK do not.Mitt Romney Clinches: What We Learned From 2012 Republican Race|Michelle Cottle|April 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
One moment he was dissing Obama for vetoing the Keystone XL Pipeline.Can Newt’s ‘Nontraditional’ Campaign Stay on the Rails?|Andrew Romano|January 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST