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Sentence count:85+5Posted:2016-11-07Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: disbelievedisgracedishonordoubthumiliateshameAntonym: creditSimilar words: crediton creditdiscretioncreditableheredityincrediblyincrediblecredibilityMeaning: [dɪs'kredɪt]  n. the state of being held in low esteem. v. 1. cause to be distrusted or disbelieved 2. damage the reputation of 3. reject as false; refuse to accept. 
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(61) And he said there was now further evidence to discredit a principal witness in the case as a liar and a cheat.
(62) It was not defensive, but a calculated attempt to discredit Lloyd George.
(63) Kim denied charges of inconsistency, and characterized the dispute as a further attempt to discredit him.
(64) I never saw the broadcast, but it seemed to be a clear attempt to discredit me.
(65) He suffered discredit by opposing, and then capitulating to, the campaign for military conscription.
(66) Far from acting on our evidence, the police seemed more concerned to discredit it.
(67) Their strategy seems to be widespread but low- level guerrilla warfare to discredit and destabilise the Phnom Penh government.
(68) Mark, in a preemptive strike, went on the attack to discredit her with Charles.
(69) He said such methods would discredit the party worldwide.
(70) He was bidding to discredit his opponent.
(71) Don't be a discredit to the collective.
(72) Such looseness throws discredit on the whole work.
(73) They also feared the Government would twist any Olympic protests to further discredit Falun Gong.
(74) Tis less discredit to abridge petty charges, than to stoop to petty gettings.
(75) He says his accusers are trying to discredit government foreign-aid policies.
(76) That it is intended as a kind of joke to, in many ways,[] discredit the idea of the just city or at least to indicate its extreme implausibility.
(77) This impoverishing definition is even easier to discredit than the monetarist description.
(78) European Parliament adopted resolutions in support of Tibetan independence for Beijing to discredit United States House of Representatives passed a resolution to boycott Chinese Olympic!
(79) The Post and Mail appear to be engaged in a dual mission, both to discredit the protesters and to sensationalize the story by including references to (allegedly) acid-fueled tarp hookups.
(80) Origins: A time-honored ploy in the political arena has been to discredit your opponents (and their ideas) by demonizing them, by associating them with ... well, demons.
(81) At her engagement to Charles, the racy bits of information to discredit her -- much totheirdisappointment.
(82) And during the nineties Richard Mellon Scaife, a descendant of Andrew Mellon, spent millions attempting to discredit President Bill Clinton.
(83) People may use a straw man to discredit theories to which they do not subscribe .
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