There is a singular fascination in watching the eagerness with which the learned author ferrets out every circumstance which may throw discredit
on his hero.
He reflected, with much probability on his side, that Lydgate would by-and-by be caught tripping too, and that his ungentlemanly attempts to discredit
the sale of drugs by his professional brethren, would by-and-by recoil on himself.
Samuel Ferguson, one of her most glorious sons, will not reflect discredit
on his origin.
Meanwhile, it would be helpful if we could get away from millennarial hysteria and name-calling which so discredits
this whole issue and look to learning to ameliorate or adapt to such changes in climate as can be reliably identified.
Witnesses to a sad situation that discredits
the institution and causes additional woes to the already troubled banking sector.
Many patients suffer needlessly before the medical community examines the accumulated evidence and discredits
useless or harmful treatments.
IF THE UK''s Met Office is serious in their concerns about global warming they should all resign - as their current record discredits
all they say.
Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 discredits
itself by mixing legitimate criticisms of the Bush administration with typical left-wing rants.
Measuring Globalization," a study in the January/February 2003 issue of Foreign Policy, discredits
this bedrock principle of political environmentalism.
In Brown's famous and frequently anthologized essay "Negro Character As Seen By White Authors," he invalidates the ethnographic claims of literary artists who exploited the so-called Negro as literary subject, and in so doing he discredits
the entire ethnographic enterprise widely embraced by the academy and the literati of his era.