Disparage conjugation

English
36 examples
This verb can also mean the following: undervalue, lower in rank, match unequally, mock, bishop atterbury, match, discredit, depreciate, speak slightingly of, dishonor by a comparison with what is inferior, ridicule, dishonor, degrade, bishop

Conjugation of eiti

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you
it/she/he
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Present Simple
disparage
disparage
disparages
disparage
disparage
disparage
Future Simple
will disparage
will disparage
will disparage
will disparage
will disparage
will disparage
Past Simple
disparaged
disparaged
disparaged
disparaged
disparaged
disparaged
Conditional Simple
would disparage
would disparage
would disparage
would disparage
would disparage
would disparage
I
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we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am disparaging
are disparaging
is disparaging
are disparaging
are disparaging
are disparaging
Future Progressive
will be disparaging
will be disparaging
will be disparaging
will be disparaging
will be disparaging
will be disparaging
Past Progressive
was disparaging
were disparaging
was disparaging
were disparaging
were disparaging
were disparaging
Conditional Progressive
would be disparaging
would be disparaging
would be disparaging
would be disparaging
would be disparaging
would be disparaging
I
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it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have disparaged
have disparaged
has disparaged
have disparaged
have disparaged
have disparaged
Future Perfect
will have disparaged
will have disparaged
will have disparaged
will have disparaged
will have disparaged
will have disparaged
Past Perfect
had disparaged
had disparaged
had disparaged
had disparaged
had disparaged
had disparaged
Conditional Perfect
would have disparaged
would have disparaged
would have disparaged
would have disparaged
would have disparaged
would have disparaged
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been disparaging
have been disparaging
has been disparaging
have been disparaging
have been disparaging
have been disparaging
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been disparaging
will have been disparaging
will have been disparaging
will have been disparaging
will have been disparaging
will have been disparaging
Past Perfect Progressive
had been disparaging
had been disparaging
had been disparaging
had been disparaging
had been disparaging
had been disparaging
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been disparaging
would have been disparaging
would have been disparaging
would have been disparaging
would have been disparaging
would have been disparaging

Examples of disparage

Example in English
Let the despicable, renegade scoundrels, encouraged by the bourgeoisie and social chauvinists, disparage the constitution of the Soviets.
Though I say write only as a pastime, "do not think I disparage the gift you possess..."
You will not disparage the casino,
disparage anybody by guessing."
you will not disparage Donald Trump,
Let the despicable, renegade scoundrels, encouraged by the bourgeoisie and social chauvinists, disparage the constitution of the Soviets.
Though I say write only as a pastime, "do not think I disparage the gift you possess..."
You will not disparage the casino,
disparage anybody by guessing."
you will not disparage Donald Trump,
that disparages our client. - Okay.
If you find something that disparages my husband in any way, you can't use it.
It appears so, Your Honor, and as you can see, a new thread has popped up that also disparages our client.
that disparages our client. - Okay.
If you find something that disparages my husband in any way, you can't use it.
It appears so, Your Honor, and as you can see, a new thread has popped up that also disparages our client.
I won't be disparaged.
You disparaged my nose.
And I will not sit here to be disparaged.
I don't mind your abusing me, but Mr Roger Hamley has been very kind to me when I've not been well, and I won't hear him disparaged.
I won't be disparaged.
Canucks," Major, is a term we consider disparaging.
disparaging gambling,
* oh, give me a home * where the buffaloes roam * where the deer and the antelope play * * where seldom is heard * a disparaging word * and the sky is so cloudy all day * beep beep.
All right, if you're gonna be disparaging...
Denny Crane. Then you order appetizers, elicit some disparaging information... allowing him to believe you're anyone at all other than the defendant's lawyer.
I won't be disparaged.
You disparaged my nose.
And I will not sit here to be disparaged.
I don't mind your abusing me, but Mr Roger Hamley has been very kind to me when I've not been well, and I won't hear him disparaged.
I won't be disparaged.
Canucks," Major, is a term we consider disparaging.
disparaging gambling,
* oh, give me a home * where the buffaloes roam * where the deer and the antelope play * * where seldom is heard * a disparaging word * and the sky is so cloudy all day * beep beep.
All right, if you're gonna be disparaging...
Denny Crane. Then you order appetizers, elicit some disparaging information... allowing him to believe you're anyone at all other than the defendant's lawyer.

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