Later, you criticize his attempt at comprehensive immigration reform and disparage his notion of compassionate conservatism.
They disparage his trip to a Navy shipbuilder as a “road show.”
The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.
Whether or not the team “intends” to disparage anyone, they are.
I do NOT disparage the Asian community, but the fact is there r some bizs that can do better!
Nevis was far too astute to disparage the man he did not like openly to his wife, so he made a sign of assent.
Nothing is more unjust than to disparage one sex relatively to the other.
It was stressed by his friends to advertise his personality and by his enemies to disparage it.
It would have its work done, and be free to disparage those who have laboured for it.'
To praise one above his merits, is as fatal to his consideration, as decidedly to disparage him.
early 14c., "degrade socially," from Old French desparagier (Modern French déparager) "reduce in rank, degrade, devalue, depreciate," originally "to marry unequally," and thus by extension the disgrace or dishonor involved in this, from des- "away" (see dis-) + parage "rank, lineage" (see peer (n.)). Sense of "belittle" first recorded 1530s. Related: Disparaged; disparaging; disparagingly.