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Sentence count:26Posted:2017-02-27Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: deprecationdepreciationdepreciateself-gratificationplacatingindicatingdepressdepressedMeaning: adj. conscious of your own shortcomings. 
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1. Sharon tells the story of that night with self-deprecating humour.
2. He made perfect, self-deprecating jokes and gracious presentations.
3. He gave a self-deprecating shrug.
4. The nice thing about him is his self-deprecating manner.
5. Jones also has a very self-deprecating sense of humour.
6. Always self-deprecating and modest, he fought bravely a long struggle against cancer, remaining cheerful and full of amusing unrepeatable anecdotes.
7. Gottfried had the gentle, self-deprecating air of a good butler and like a good butler he missed very little.
8. This time Laimonis's self-deprecating laugh does not cover the pain, and something else, hostility perhaps.
9. His eyes danced, his self-deprecating humor worked and his arms and fingers lunged in all directions for effect.
10. Apologising for ourselves Apologising and being self-deprecating can let you off the hook.
11. But he often greets strangers with self-deprecating humor and a boyish enthusiasm that is not without charm.
12. I absolutely advocate telling a self-deprecating joke.
13. Well-known for his wild blonde hair, his self-deprecating humour and his reputation for gaffes and blunders,(sentencedict .com) Mr Johnson has been a colourful figure in British politics for many years.
14. Friends describe Ms. Chua as self-deprecating and a dry wit, her children as happy, and their home as humming with music and activity and, yes, love.
15. Returning to the metaphor of interpersonal relations, humble, self-deprecating people generally have little trouble finding friends.
16. But her self-deprecating joke from our first session was repeated in our second session, and then again, verbatim, in our third.
17. McInerney faces these questions through Patrick, who is the most recent of a line of self-deprecating McInerney narrators.
18. And few are more humorous, possessing the ability to be simultaneously self-deprecating and boastful.
19. Chances are you may not even realize you're making such statements, or that they're self-deprecating, Dr. Bennett says.
20. Chances are you may not even realize you're making such statements, or that they're self-deprecating, Dr.
21. Shirley Boffey's father, now dead, fought at Arnhem and was always happy to reminisce about his experiences,( mainly a self-deprecating account of arriving on the battlefield too late to be a hero.
22. An insomniac who has the face of "Chucky, " he's also funny and self-deprecating, telling such stories as George Seifert balling him out for sharpening the famed 49ers coach's playwriting pencils.
23. Because he is so honest, he does not shy away from writing about any of these controversies, often with lacerating self criticism and always with self-deprecating charm.
24. Gaidar, a diminutive and tubby figure with a mordant and self-deprecating sense of humour, emerged as the dominant thinker and natural leader of his group.
25. He's also a likable guy in private conversation: very smart but alert to what you're saying and self-deprecating to a fault.
26. The president began his remarks by acknowledging the storm of controversy his visit caused with a dose of self-deprecating humor.
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