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deprecate in a sentence

Example sentences for deprecate

Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet deprecate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground.
To use this tactic is merely to deprecate the motives of one's opponents rather than to argue the evidence.
The first and fully accepted meaning of deprecate is to express disapproval of.
He teaches but does not deprecate - at least publicly.
It puzzles me so many people extol the virtues of saving yet at the same time deprecate borrowing.
This is not to minimize these needs or deprecate the believers.
To bespeak the importance of small parks is not to deprecate the importance of big ones.
You have to choose sides and once you do you must deprecate the other side regardless of reason or logic.
The lawyer should do nothing to deprecate the bank's functions or its importance in the field of estate planning.
He doesn't yell or deprecate his players.
He wore his clothes casually yet impressively, in a manner that the advocates of loud sports shirts deprecate but secretly envy.
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