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Sentence count:51Posted:2016-12-01Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: malignslanderousunfavorableSimilar words: abrogatealligatoraleatorycrematorypredatorymigratoryregulatorydefamatoryMeaning: [dɪ'rɒgətərɪ]  adj. expressive of low opinion. 
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1 The word 'pig' is a derogatory term for policeman.
2 He made some derogatory comment/remark about her appearance.
3 Their conversation contained a number of derogatory racial remarks .
4 He refused to withdraw derogatory remarks made about his boss.
5 Nothing derogatory intended, no insult taken.
6 There is nothing derogatory to the teacher intended in such a suggestion.
7 It is counterproductive to be derogatory about hairstyle, clothing, or current countercultural heroes.
8 I didn't like the way he made derogatory comments about his colleagues.
9 I wish you wouldn't make derogatory remarks about members of my family.
10 But it is the derogatory, spoilt image which sticks as the group image.
11 The earthbound made derogatory jokes about empty cans, and turned their backs on the brash, glittering necklace of the night.
12 The derogatory remark that the rounder handles might strike the bench leg is uncalled for.
13 Derogatory term for a gay Iowan.
14 Such behavior will be derogatory to your reputation.
15 Many animal names have culturally commendatory or derogatory meanings.
16 SNOWFLAKE : Derogatory term for a Caucasian.
17 He had drawn a derogatory statement from George.
18 Derogatory remarks about the government.
19 Alternatively: A derogatory term for a gay Iowan.
20 Such conduct will be derogatory to his reputation.
21 It was a derogatory word after the revolution.
22 The terms "sophist" and "sophistry" have taken on derogatory connotations in modern times.
23 She indicated by her tone that this was only her private opinion and in no way derogatory of Colonel Ferguson.
24 In this context(Sentencedict.com), there is an important distinction to be drawn between imputations which are derogatory and imputations which are defamatory.
25 They are also incredibly diverse; there is little justification for derogatory generalizations.
26 But the picture she paints of women is nevertheless often a derogatory one.
27 The ad ends with him a piano playing notes a derogatory word.
28 Soon the video became a major campaign issue, as Allen had to fend off charges that the word "macaca," which is a genus of primate,(www.Sentencedict.com) was used in a racially derogatory way.
29 Basically, the buildings were garnet, showing an image of triteness (sorry to use a derogatory word).
30 Later on each group started name calling at the other and singing derogatory songs.
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