Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a derogative manner; derogatorily.
“I think the term you're looking for is "moonbat", often used derogatively to refer to progressives and "the Left", particularly by wingnuts and sometimes by DLC apologists.”
“Teabaggers fits a similar bill in that it can be used both descriptively through their own words and derogatively.”
“Some may derogatively call this method a "sucker punch" or "fighting dirty" but when you're in a scrap, there are no rules and the best street fighters I've known have understood this reality.”
“Fiscal conservatism and the Gear strategy were referred to derogatively and Gear's successor, AsgiSA, was criticised by”
“Deception is easily practised from false recipes intended to simulate useful findings and these are derogatively referred to by the profession as “nonsense regressions”.”
“‘Call this an SUV?’ the older boy commented derogatively.”
“I would listen to the language spoken by the Nama with its clicks, whose speakers were almost wiped out in our country, during the cruel period of our colonisation, when they were derogatively renamed Hottentots, rather than Nama and Khoi, and described as sub-human.”
“Gone are the days when our entrepreneurs are derogatively referred to as bush mechanics", Ndebele said.”
“Chief Buthelezi derogatively links the President of the ANC to Saddam Hussein.”
“Chief Buthelezi derogatively links the President of the ANC to”
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