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Synonyms for put-down


Synonyms for put-down

a crushing remark

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The Duke, who helped defeat Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo and became British PM, has often been condemned for the insulting putdown.
TV legend Cilla says: "When I do my putdowns on Blind Date I'm only joking, but when she does it you can tell she means it.
In some cases, the nawre of the magazine's putdown is so arbitrary that a reader attempting to break the taste code can't because there simply is none.
She's tough and stylish in her high boots and foxy black clothing, and as quick with her fists as she is with a sexual putdown.
IAN Hislop has a serious putdown for Tony Blair - more people trust him than the Prime Minister.
As queen of the putdown they thought she'd be ideal to cut some of the performers down to size.
Robinson, dubbed the rudest person on TV, uses the putdown to despatch losers from the hit BBC show.
Tom Tyszczuk Smith, right, felt the brunt of Paxman's razor-sharp putdowns during last week's clash with Bangor
An awkward mix of angry rock-riff putdowns (Alone In My R0oom) and stripped-back settings (Nothing But), it falls between two stools.
Shaq had kept the feud alive with a variety of putdowns.
who delivered one of the most caustic putdowns of hippies ever.
Cowell is famous for his searing putdowns of contestants that do not, in his opinion, make the grade with their performances.
45 am Anne Robinson picks her favourite Weakest Link putdowns on BBC1 at 3.
She said: ``I love the drama of it but once you've heard one of Simon Cowell's putdowns you've heard them all.
POP IDOL'S Mr Nasty SIMON COWELL is getting a bit repetitive with his famous putdowns.