- v. present participle of downplay.
“Meanwhile the SPLC has gone record time and time again downplaying the strength of Mexican racist groups like MECha and the extreme Aztlan.”
“So perhaps we shouldn't be surprised that he's yet again downplaying the seriousness.”
“The press has either been hoodwinked on this score or has been complicit in downplaying this aspect of their handiwork.”
“That's all I'm worried about, '' said coach Dennis Erickson, in downplaying the suggestion of a moral victory.”
“But he had come too far in downplaying his Jewish origins to take up the collective fate of the Jews as his chief concern.”
“One surprising consensus was the idea of downplaying federal support of home ownership in favor of rental housing.”
“I don't recall downplaying civilian casualties," Gen Casey told reporters.”
“I don't recall downplaying civilian casualties," Casey told reporters.”
“To Attlee, the idea of downplaying or apologising for Britain's historic achievements would have been simply unthinkable.”
“But, to make a comment, I did hear reports of TV forecasters "downplaying" the event on Tuesday.”
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