demotion

[ US /dɪˈmoʊʃən/ ]
[ UK /dɪmˈə‍ʊʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. act of lowering in rank or position
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How To Use demotion In A Sentence

  • The scientist who discovered Eris, Caltech astronomer Mike Brown, thinks Pluto's demotion was the right move.
  • It might be, I guess, if the 'D' stood for "demotion" -- but it isn't, it's for "development, SI.com
  • He didn't handle his demotion from the starting lineup well and ultimately allowed it to affect his play. USATODAY.com - Magic send Gooden to Cavaliers in four-player trade
  • Mr. McClanahan did have a military record, but it was one filled with lies, demotions and a discharge Richard Mcclanahan
  • His Bianconeri teammate Jonathan Zebina was also celebrating the rapid comeback following last summer's demotion.
  • Demotion often results in employee dissatisfaction, poor subsequent performance, and eventually, turnover.
  • However, it didn't take his demotion to substitute last night to make me think the prospects, personal and collective, aren't rosy.
  • The two men also would face non-judicial punishments, which could include a loss of pay or demotion in rank.
  • Those who fail to satisfactorily complete such a program will be subject to dismissal or demotion.
  • I don't see it as demotion. dick newby was kennedys bag carrier and sadly sucombed to the same bunker mentality that he did in the end. i think given the traumas of the last 2 months having a COS in the commons is a good move. he'll also be very useful if as appears likely, the pig styes are to be cleared in cowley street. Norman Lamb Appointed Ming's Chief of Staff
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