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Use denigrate in a sentence

Denigrate Definition

  • cause to seem less serious; play down; minimize, derogate, belittle
  • charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone;

Sentence Examples

There were many derogatory or denigrating comments related to him.

Some people have a problem to denigrate other races.

He satisfied his discontent by denigrating the nation.

These they denigrated as misleading, guileful, sinister, contrived, deceitful, insidious, shuffling, covert, subversive.

All the planter had found to do since arriving was denigrate their readiness.

This is not to denigrate the importance of these documents.

I could not Denigrate it by Heat, but it would Sublime to the sides and top of the Glass.

Which he needed to denigrate before being denigrated himself.

The relationship was amicable enough and he was content to be in company that kept him sheltered from being denigrated and reviled in his own thoughts, which rained down upon him.

“In low intelligent ignorant societies, the clever are denigrated and the stupid are belauded; the brainy are stoned and the dull are held in high esteem!”

The Spanish chroniclers endeavour to denigrate this system of servitude, declaring it to be a cruel debasement of human beings to the position of beasts of burden.