from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Demeanor; behavior.
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- verb Present participle of
degrading; that degrades
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- adjective causing awareness of your shortcomings
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Samatar has gone through four secondary searches, which he described as demeaning and humiliating.
Trust me, these people do not stay in demeaning poverty for very long.
You know it is amazing the job the libertards have done in demeaning and demonizing Palin.
Phelps was accused of failing to “demean himself” (= behave) properly, but he has certainly succeeded, then and since then, in demeaning (= debasing) himself.
Ask your followers to STOP attacking her in demeaning ways. not because she is a woman but because you CONTINUALLY espouse change but do little to make your followers see change as accepting old guard while creating the new guard.
Let us strive for accuracy in demeaning each other needlessly.
Now, this writer has absolutely no interest in demeaning the dignity nor importance of the life that the late Christopher Reeve lead in his final decade prior to his accident.
Steinbrenner, who after all these years still doesn't appear to realize he's one of the luckiest men on the face of the earth, seems to relish in demeaning the efforts and accomplishments of his staff.
(April 24) -- A French driver has been fined by police for wearing the niqab -- a full face veil with an open slit for the eyes -- in the latest row over President Nicolas Sarkozy's proposal to ban Muslim veils he calls demeaning to women.
He has called for a public ban of veils such as the burqa or niqab, which he describes as demeaning to women, in a legal gamble given constitutional guarantees on freedom of religion.