belittled


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Synonyms for belittled

made to seem smaller or less (especially in worth)

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Duterte had been asked to react to the statement of the owner of the sunken Filipino fishing boat who felt that their ordeal was belittled.
She said: "I was asked if I was a first time mum and I felt this belittled my concerns."
'The Malay rulers had made it known they did not want the special rights to be belittled, and I told them I agreed with them, and explained they would never be threatened,' he said.
New Delhi [India], Feb 14 ( ANI ): Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan belittled Pakistan by calling it a 'chhutputiya desh' (small country).
" Amit Shah has belittled Mahatma Gandhi and the Independence struggle...
SHARON Osbourne has told how she felt "humiliated and belittled" by husband Ozzy's affair.
'One who is belittled by others, the Lord will pick up and eventually, you will need this person's help,'
FORMER Newcastle winger John Barnes insists selecting David Beckham in Team GB's squad for London 2012 would have "belittled" the Olympic ideal.
While this issue is not to be belittled, it is worth saying, how many of us actually appreciate good journalism when we see it.
A MAN who stabbed his wife to death after they argued watching afternoon television told police he felt "belittled" by his wife's behaviour, a court heard yesterday.
TWO care workers "bullied, victimised, belittled and scared" elderly and vulnerable dementia patients at a home, a jury has been told.
Robert Sloan got into an argument with Mark Hodge after he "belittled" mutual pal Jill Hutchinson on the site.
Kiir was marginalized and belittled protocol wise in the meeting hall.
A FAMILY GP drove away patients and belittled colleagues with a tirade of foulmouthed abuse over a fouryear period, a disciplinary panel was told.
MP Mahmoud Othman of the Kurdistani Alliance belittled the impact of the foreign interferences on the next elections.<p>He stated to the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) "The main factor for the next elections will be the citizens' opinions which will determine the one who will win or the one who will lose." He added "The foreign supports will have certain effects on the next elections.