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Synonyms for slur

Synonyms for slur

an implied criticism

Synonyms for slur

(music) a curved line spanning notes that are to be played legato

a disparaging remark

play smoothly or legato

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speak disparagingly of

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utter indistinctly

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Even though the duo are a new band, they have been playing together for years Slurs are Mark Simpson (vocals & guitars) and Fintan Dawson (guitars & vocals - and also the drummer for local band, Retriever) and were formed in the summer of 2013.
They add more challenge for the advancing guitarist to the slurs and chromatic octaves that were part of the original publication.
That this sobriquet is a racial slur does not diminish Snyder's right to use it.
It's the 21st century and yet a study today has found that a generation of children in Wales today think it's OK to use insulting and offensive racial slurs.
People who use such slurs don't have that much power in my world.
Miller also appealed to all Jonah Hill fans that the "22 Jumpstreet" star is not the kind of person who hurls gay slurs for no reason and hopes that people will see that.
New York, March 29 ( ANI ): Alec Baldwin, who is trying to make amends towards the gay community after hurling homophobic slurs at a photographer, will apparently not be forgiven that easily.
school filed a complaint in November after the school's multicultural dorm was egged and racial slurs were found on the building.
Yet another American Sikh has been attacked by a screaming man shouting anti-Muslim slurs.
Fairbrook Medical Clinic, the 4th Circuit ruled that an "equal opportunity harasser" can create a hostile work environment if he or she uses gender-specific slurs.
The letter seemed to be illustrating in rhetorical question style just how easy it is to make daft slurs against anyone.
SERGEI REBROV has come up with a bizarre excuse for the racial slurs highlighted by this paper last week - his taxi driver was to blame.
His challenge to the entertainment industry to curtail racial slurs is to be commended.
Dawson, 21, had been in a Philadelphia jail since October 29 for killing 17-year-old Gerald Knight, one of a group of seven teenagers who allegedly beat him while yelling antigay slurs after following him as he walked to a bus stop near his home in the city's East Mount Airy neighborhood.
Separate listings in each movement's critical report then elucidate these emendations by dividing them into categories of general (covering such matters as varying tempo indications and fingerings), variants of pitch and duration, slurs and ties, staccato marks, ornaments, and dynamics.