diss

[ US /ˈdɪs/ ]
[ UK /dˈɪs/ ]
VERB
  1. treat, mention, or speak to rudely
    the student who had betrayed his classmate was dissed by everyone
    He insulted her with his rude remarks
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How To Use diss In A Sentence

  • With no personal stake in the performance scene, Priyambada continues to be one of the most objective observers and commentators of the Odissi scene.
  • The unforested hills and plateaus of the Dissected Loess Uplands ecoregion are cut by the canyons of Ecoregion 10l and are disjunct. Ecoregions of Idaho (EPA)
  • Speed ramps along College Road, put in to try and dissuade boy racers who use the road to cut from one side of the town to the other, have been branded useless.
  • It found itself subjected to harsh rain it was ill equipped for, dissolving the sandstone facades of it's buildings slowly, even as the people chose not to lift their eyes and notice it.
  • Like Gideon, her mother only existed in scraps of moments, in colors and sound, all disconnected and dissonant.
  • Handling complaints well can turn a dissatisfied customer into a loyal one.
  • Their readings have roots in and derive their stimulus from historical and political schema of dissent outlined in the biblical narratives.
  • He can dissolve the parliament, and nominate people to all the key state functions.
  • Part 6 of the Shadow of the Bat (27: 00) takes another thoroughly extensive featurette that concentrates on dissecting the "toyetic" nature of DVD Talk
  • Andrews assumes that the lyric poet's freedom to dissent is only the freedom to say ‘yes’ to the American ideology - individualism.
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