demeaning


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Synonyms for demeaning

Synonyms for demeaning

causing awareness of your shortcomings

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You've got to realise that it's undermining and demeaning for women and undermines and demeans the institution.
We are not daily wage earners to be subjected to no-work-no-pay scheme I think it's demeaning to our positions as elected officials,' Lacson said.
The Ombudsperson after hearing the parties, concluded that the demeaning attitude and use of objectionable language by the senior officer to a female employee (complainant) was harassment as per the provisions of the Act ibid and awarded the penalty of censure to the accused officer.
18) Demeaning has two parts, which I call the expressive dimension and
BEIRUT: MP Strida Geagea has filed a suit against unnamed persons who allegedly made threatening phone calls and sent letters demeaning Geagea and threatening her life, her office announced Friday.
Rayner said: "For far too long now, the Patients Association has been receiving calls on our helpline from people wanting to talk about the dreadful, neglectful, demeaning, painful and sometimes downright cruel treatment their elderly relatives had experienced at the hands of NHS nurses.
Rayner said the Patients Association had received calls from people telling of the "dreadful, neglectful, demeaning, painful and sometimes downright cruel treatment" their elderly relatives had experienced at the hands of NHS nurses.
The metaphor he used to compare the children of Lansdowne Primary school to a "herd", was insulting and demeaning to those children, their parents and the school they attend.
2 Ayman al-Zawahri has slammed US President-elect Barack Obama, calling him a demeaning racial term implying that Obama is a black American who does the bidding of whites.
Hucknall said: "What happens to those young people is humiliating and demeaning.
I would add that Maher's continually laughing at his own jokes and his failure to air one entire episode of his show without demeaning George W.
HATS off - if that's not too antiquated and demeaning a phrase
All comments are reviewed before they're posted to ensure that inappropriate or demeaning language is not included.
What Miller has imagined is demeaning to girls, whose virtues are rated on the basis of body parts.
The constant dilemma for Hattie McDaniel and other notable African American actors of the era--her brother, Sam McDaniel, Louise Beavers, Lena Horne, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson and Fredi Washington--was to either accept Hollywood's creatively unchallenging and sometimes demeaning roles or leave the film industry.