For example, she writes: [s]he [Lara Friedman] proceeds to question if Jews were ‘refugees’ at all—a ‘degrading’ term.
It is not merely morally absurd to suggest that facts do not matter; as a person of color, it is insulting and degrading.
His extreme vitriol focused intensely on degrading and mocking Muslims, belittling their place in the Middle East.
It was so degrading, and I felt like I was the only one my age who could possibly be doing this.
The California obscenity statute defines “prurience” as “a morbid, degrading, unhealthy interest in sex.”
Mr. Yoxall51 points out that this colour was worn by medival Jews, and had a contemptuous or degrading significance.
This degrading humiliation of his rival must certainly be turned to account.
At the same time the degrading character of the life led by many geisha cannot be doubted.
To watch or to be watched, I know not which is most degrading; but I cannot think they are watching us.
Instead of that, we spend a lot of money to feed his degrading appetite and further paralyze his mind.