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- adv. In a derogatory manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a derogatory manner; disparagingly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a detracting manner.
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However, these same African Americans conveniently overlook the paradoxical circumstances when they also use the word derogatorily in a fit of rage; at these moments, the true sub-conscious understanding and definition of the word rises to the surface, with all of its hate, degradation, and disrespect attached in full blossom.
Come on Lefties where’s the outrage of treatment of non-Muslims who are called derogatorily Dhimmis in Islamic countries?
Also, thank you for looking derogatorily and shaking your head at the person who arrived a little while ago with a Subway sandwich which she promptly started eating at her seat.
Because the aliens resemble large, walking crustaceans with their leggy, striated bodies and long feelers, people began to refer to them derogatorily as "prawns."
Her husband, who had served as investment and environment minister and was derogatorily referred to by opponents as, "Mr. 10%", was taken to prison.
The Institute on Religion and Public Policy recommended that the Minister of Welfare and Social Affairs decline to implement the recommendations in the Report as many of them contravene fundamental rights and would initiate oppressive measures targeting all the faiths derogatorily designated as "cults" or "sects."
The Report derogatorily grouped together as so-called "cults" or "sects" approximately 80 belief systems and contains a blueprint for systematic, government-fueled intolerance directed at minority religious communities throughout Israel.
Already "the feds" as they were derogatorily known were hated in rural areas where alcohol was often produced and the feds came in and disrupted their commerce.
Yes, evolutionism can be used derogatorily, but not necessarily.
Spearheading the draft legislation is Member of Parliament AndrÃ© FrÃ©dÃ©ric, who has led the "fight against" spiritual minorities he derogatorily labels as "sectarian movements".