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depreciate
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Bleak House
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  • Ada and I agreed, as we talked together for a little while upstairs, that this caprice about the wind was a fiction and that he used the pretence to account for any disappointment he could not conceal, rather than he would blame the real cause of it or disparage or depreciate any one.
  • There are not many grown and matured men living while we speak, good men too, who if they were thrown into this same court as suitors would not be vitally changed and depreciated within three years—within two—within one.

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  • The dollar depreciated relative to the yuan.
  • Although the rental house increased in value, they were able to depreciate it for tax purposes.

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