- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disparage.
“You shouldn't have your name disparaged nor associated with the THREE BUSTS taken in the top 37 of last year's draft by the self proclaimed Rhodes Scholar.”
“I have been rather long, and perhaps tedious, in my account of him, lest at any time hereafter his character should be misunderstood, and his good name disparaged; whereas he was my second cousin, and the lover of my — But let that bide.”
“Poppa's expression disparaged the idea, and he began to feel round for his beard.”
“I have been rather long, and perhaps tedious, in my account of him, lest at any time hereafter his character should be misunderstood, and his good name disparaged; whereas he was my second cousin, and the lover of my -- But let that bide.”
“Let's just say this is why "food disparagement laws" were slapped on the books after Oprah Winfrey "disparaged" hamburgers on her TV show in 1998.”
“Thus, in Harjo II, the court set out these criteria for clearly identifying the "disparaged" group:”
“That Davidow also said "Obama is more popular than Chavez in Venezuela!" is equally (if not the more so), a truism, and to describe the multi-media manipulation of Chavez foisting a Spanish-language book on Obama as being somehow "disparaged," by Davidow's simple observation that the charade was "unnecessary," is simply stating the obvious since Obama has more than enough staff and interns at the White House to keep him briefed on matters essentially more important at home than what should really be Hillary Clinton's bailiwick.”
“Though they disparaged the “rat race,” hippies on most rural communes—at least those that were not funded by the inheritances of independently wealthy members—were forced to work more than the average American worker.”
“Hill also described the struggles and hard work of his ancestors, which allowed Hill to enjoy the great life he's had and took umbrage at Rose's apparent slight to that family legacy -- Hill said that his family was "disparaged" for their education.”
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