Is there anything meaner then to throw necessary work upon other people and then disparage it as unworthy and indelicate.
For the Irishman instinctively disparages the quality which makes the Englishman dangerous to him; and the Englishman instinctively flatters the fault that makes the Irishman harmless and amusing to him.
You have always understood me: he has always disparaged and avoided me.
There are no more uses of "disparage" in the book.
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She has a reputation for disparaging the efforts of her co-workers.
The victors write the history and disparage their enemies.