denigration


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Synonyms for denigration

Synonyms for denigration

Synonyms for denigration

a belittling comment

an abusive attack on a person's character or good name

the act of expressing disapproval (especially of yourself)

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"Besides the plastic flags remain there for a long time as plastic does not get destroyed and passersby are forced to see this denigration of the Flag helplessly," read the statement.
He said he would not respond to the campaigns of "denigration, lies, fake news and rumors out of respect" for the responsibility he shoulders today, adding that "the political discourse must not reach low levels."
I tried to overcome it, but tolerating the denigration is becoming more difficult, and therefore I ask you to adopt my resignation," he wrote.
What drove me away was the paper's incessant denigration of Israel, a torrent of articles, photographs, and op-ed columns that consistently present the Jewish State in the worst possible light.
Manama, Dec28(BNA) Al-Wefaq secretary-general has today been charged with inciting openly on the denigration of another social sect and spreading lies which may jeopardise national security and subvert public order.
Thousands of pupils are likely to be affected as teachers across the region protest over Education Minister Michael Gove's "incessant denigration" of the profession.
Under its provisions, all forms of defamation, derision or denigration of religions and prophets will be considered crimes.
He argues that injustice and violence against Christians is under-reported and connects the denigration of Christians to totalitarian Enlightenment narratives that displace religion with the state.
But I thought his gratuitous denigration of Jakob Dylan both unnecessary and ill informed.
and racism and to start investigating the fact of denigration of Hrachya Harutyunyan's honor and dignity by the legal structures and
"We believe that there is no intentional act of denigration or mockery" in Say's tweets, she said.
In a statement, the ministers condemned "intolerance, discrimination, profiling, negative stereotyping, stigmatization, religious hatred and violence against Muslims, as well as denigration of their religion" caused by the release of the film and cartoons of Islam s Prophet Mohammed.
Kaira said President Asif Ali Zardari would also take up the issue at United Nations General Assembly to make the world realize that the Muslims cannot tolerate denigration of their Holy Prophet.
Islamabad -- Federal Minister and Chairperson Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), Farzana Raja, while condemning the blasphemous film made in the United States, has said that such acts of denigration would not be tolerated.