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used in Fast Food Nation

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to criticize or make seem less important — especially in a disrespectful or contemptuous manner
  • "Mexington" — as it is now called, affectionately by some, disparagingly by others — is an entirely new kind of American town, one that has been transfigured to meet the needs of a modern slaughterhouse.
    p. 165.3
  • Oprah Winfrey, among others, has been sued for making disparaging remarks about food.
    p. 266.9

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