- v. present participle of diss.
“We delight in dissing each other, killing each other and not supporting one another.”
“The only representative of the old school, Poppies school, the one Bush took absolute delight in dissing, every time.”
“June 4th, 2008 11: 07 am ET rachel, with a 28% approval rating, Mr. Obama is not alone in dissing this president.”
“Think you missed the bigger point and besides got it a tad wrong as the PUBLIC were not all that involved in dissing Rather, NOT as much as many made out for sure but were the ones calling for his head.”
“Joins Non-Trivial Solutions and Squander Two in dissing the liberati, but from an explicitly Catholic perspective.”
“– - Wow, today’s GOP has lost part of their soul with Norm Ornstein dissing them.”
“The very first written citation of an African-American song in English, published in 1830, is a song of this type: Round the Corn, Sally, in which the enslaved female singer is described as dissing every member of a picnic party in skillful rhyme.”
“Indeed, the image ofhip-hop lingoslinging Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Michael Steelebegging forgivenessfor "dissing" -- by describing as an "entertainer" -- the GOP’s Big Boss Man and his millions-deep following of ditto heads, provides a splendid example of what many progressives find smirkingly amusing about the level of post-rational behavior within the base of the GOP.”
“We do not have to take this kind of dissing lying down.”
“These backers were seriously "dissing" those of us who have been well represented by Senator Fort.”
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