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demeaning

di mee ning

  • v  reduce in worth or character, usually verbally
  • s  causing awareness of your shortcomings

  • But some of Doyle's ideas seem demeaning and questionable.
  • To start with, says Bennett, Lincoln was a crude bigot who habitually used the N word and had an unquenchable thirst for blackface-minstrel shows and demeaning "darky" jokes.
  • Said he: "The Democratic philosophy over the years of going to blacks and Hispanics with more offers of handouts as the way to get their vote has actually been demeaning and .
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  • Letters to the Editor Friday
    What on earth has "minority and women-owned business participation" got to do with getting the taxpayers of Savannah the best "bang for their buck" regarding the selection of the design contractor for the city's planned cultural arts center? How demeaning to still discriminate by giving extra "points" based on sex or the color of one's skin, the implication being that minorities and women are ...
    June 14, 2013 - Savannah Morning News

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