dispraise dispraise


  • (n) the act of speaking contemptuously of


  1. Hair is lavish in dispraise of all things American, except presumably liberty.
  2. PTI meant no dispraise to able President Keller or to the auto indus try.
  3. There was timid applause and jeering whistles, then more of both until praise and dispraise were about a standoff.
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tacit tacit
/ˈtæ sɪt /