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Definition of "demoting" [demoting]

  • Present participle of demote. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "demoting" in a sentence
  • "Just for spice, Kevin disagrees although I suspect this is in large part because his wife is hostile to the idea of demoting Pluto, and he values his marriage more than semantics."
  • "But the idea of demoting the poor to sub-citizens is a tendency that's persisted from early voting regulations that required land ownership, up to the current wave of carefully nurtured hatred for the working class."
  • "I don't know how AFSCME can continue to back her campaign after McEntee demanded she fire Mark Penn after his Colombian Free Trade Agreement debacle and instead of doing precisely that, she went through the charade of "demoting" him, while keeping him on staff and continuing to pay millions of dollars to his firm, Burson Marstellar, which proudly represents union-busters."
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