Conveying or constituting a slight; belittling: a slighting look. (adjective)
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Use "slighting" in a sentence
"Laugh and be merry -- enjoy the sunshine of your youth; it is a sin to see a young thing sad; but never, never, as you value your womanhood, speak a slighting or irreverent word against God's great laws of righteousness, nor allow such a word to pass unreproved in your presence."
"Other than their abode and perchance their teaching, there is not extremely much slighting disbursement that can parallel in estimate to the support of a redesigned transport."
"I am ultimately responsible for my own actions and apologize for any slighting my comments may have caused the true valiant heroes who bore the country's burden during that horrible conflict."