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disparaging

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisparagingdi‧spar‧a‧ging /dɪˈspærədʒɪŋ/ adjective 🔊 🔊 CRITICIZEcriticizing someone or something, and showing that you do not think they are very good or importantdisparaging remarks/comments 🔊 She made some disparaging remarks about the royal family.disparagingly adverb
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disparagingSuperficially at least, Calvin was even more disparaging.And villagers walking past gave the gathering a wide berth, and spat in disgust with disparaging comments.The disparaging rant I wrote contained no less than two spelling mistakes.But it then went on to make some disparaging remarks about the bestowal of a knighthood on such a person.She always chose that moment to talk about Durkin, and always in a disparaging way.disparaging remarks/commentsAnd villagers walking past gave the gathering a wide berth, and spat in disgust with disparaging comments.But it then went on to make some disparaging remarks about the bestowal of a knighthood on such a person.Savitt said that at the time of the arrest, Hauser made disparaging remarks against minorities.
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