Even before she could descend to tell her story, rumors were spreading to discredit her.
I had no memory of the other two, and that information was used to discredit my recollection of what had happened to me.
Having used intellect to discredit intellect, Kristol threw open the door to pure irrationality.
Instead, he rushed to use the firearms issue as one more tool to bludgeon and discredit his Republican opposition.
Politicians used 9/11 and the new wars that resulted as a wedge issue to win elections and discredit opponents.
Things have taken place that may be explained in two ways; both explanations do you discredit.
For what could be more convincing than the argument of Socrates, which has now fallen into discredit?
The house of Falconer, like the house of Seton in old days, was of prompt ire, and its sole daughter did it no discredit.
Some one has been pretty busy tellin' things to my discredit for some time.
Is it to her discredit that she differs from so many of the noble ladies in Rome?