Definition of 'disparagement'
Example sentences containing 'disparagement'
The print, with its blatant talk of victories, its crass disparagement of the enemy, bore no relation to what he experienced.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
For all his complicated love for Edwin, his weary disparagement of Angelica, they knew Robert Jellico was trustworthy enough.SPLITTING
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