[ US /dɪˈspɛɹɪdʒɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dɪspˈæɹɪd‍ʒɪŋ/ ]
  1. expressive of low opinion
    disparaging remarks about the new house
    derogatory comments
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How To Use disparaging In A Sentence

  • So, if you're ugly or funny-looking, you needn't worry that they'll make disparaging remarks.
  • He shouted something about the Disk Jockey being a "bunkie" (whatever that was) and made a disparaging remark about the Disk Jockey's costume (like he was in a position to criticize), before hurling a punch that had a lot in common with some express trains. The Sinister Six Combo
  • I am referring to a well-defined phenomenon with this term, which as such carries no disparaging connotation whatsoever.
  • Offensive Slang Used as a disparaging term for a Latin American, especially a Mexican.
  • Sutherland's disparaging tone regarding the work of the valuer is both ill informed and unprofessional.
  • According to the firm's site languagemonitor. com, 'cuddies' - the Hinglish word for ladies underwear or panties; jai ho - used as a term of praise in Hindi that became popular through the Oscar winning 'Slumdog Millionaire'; as well as slumdog - a disparaging description of slum dwellers - are all in the race to becoming the millionth word in the English language. India eNews
  • Whereas our analogues on the right used to effuse over how W. was doing a helluva job even as the country went to hell, we mutter or post disparaging comments about how Obama has let us down. Mark Klempner: Hope 2.0: Standing With Obama Over the Long Haul
  • No one actually knows when sledging started, but since time immemorial disparaging remarks have been part of the sport in general - and cricket in particular.
  • So, if you're ugly or funny-looking, you needn't worry that they'll make disparaging remarks.
  • The marquis gave his friend a disparaging look and left the lodgings without another word.
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