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Daemon
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demean

(verb) Reduce in worth or character, usually verbally.

Synonyms: degrade, disgrace, put down

Usage: The CEO makes it a point to regularly demean employees in front of their colleagues, as he believes that a little public humiliation goes a long way in keeping people in their places.
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demean
Definition: (verb) Reduce in worth or character, usually verbally.
Synonyms: degrade, disgrace, put down
Usage: The CEO makes it a point to regularly demean employees in front of their colleagues, as he believes that a little public humiliation goes a long way in keeping people in their places.
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Should he belonged to the Worshipful Company of Armourers and Brasiers, he would be farther resolved not to be puffed up thereby, but to demean himself with more equanimity and sereneness than his lower, threatening manager attending football stadium.

Sas? Nic. Sassnitz. Rug, ja? Rugen. Telemark in Harzgerode.
Wilmar (USA)
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Synonyms: degrade, disgrace, put down
Usage: The CEO makes it a point to regularly demean employees in front of their colleagues, as he believes that a little public humiliation goes a long way in keeping people in their places.
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Defying the orders, he defiled his rank, demeaning the army by his deplorable actions.

kindly proofread this sentence.

non refert quam multos sed quam bonos habeas ~ Seneca
8BooksOfSengathe
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Daemon wrote:
demean

(verb) Reduce in worth or character, usually verbally.

Synonyms: degrade, disgrace, put down

Usage: The CEO makes it a point to regularly demean employees in front of their colleagues, as he believes that a little public humiliation goes a long way in keeping people in their places.




Some journalists demean political figures , political parties and
political adherents to such a degree that they demean their own careers.
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