verb (used with object), denigrated, denigrating.
to speak damagingly of; criticize in a derogatory manner; sully; defame:
to denigrate someone’s character.
to treat or represent as lacking in value or importance; belittle; disparage:
to denigrate someone’s contributions to a project.
to make black; blacken:
rain clouds denigrating the sky.
(transitive) to belittle or disparage the character of; defame
a rare word for blacken
noun 1. the sacrifice of one’s own desires; unselfishness. 2. an act or instance of restraining or curbing one’s desires: To reduce, one has to practice self-denial at the dinner table. noun 1. the denial or sacrifice of one’s own desires
noun 1. the state of relying on or needing someone or something for aid, support, or the like. 2. reliance; confidence; trust: Her complete reliability earned her our dependence. 3. an object of reliance or trust. 4. the state of being conditional or contingent on something, as through a natural or logical sequence: the dependence […]
adjective 1. relying on someone or something else for aid, support, etc. 2. conditioned or determined by something else; contingent: Our trip is dependent on the weather. 3. subordinate; subject: a dependent territory. 4. Grammar. not used in isolation; used only in connection with other forms. In I walked out when the bell rang, when […]
adjective 1. corrupt, wicked, or perverted. adjective 1. morally bad or debased; corrupt; perverted