Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disparage.(verb)
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Use "disparages" in a sentence
"Boehner's push, coming amid criticism from Democrats who say he "wrote the book" on the rules he now disparages, is the latest step by the GOP leader to outline the agenda Republicans would pursue if they secure the House majority by winning at least 39 seats at the Nov. 2 midterm election."
"But in an interview Friday, he said the company's policy is clear: "We don't tolerate any activity that in any way disparages any of our employees.""
"To dump blame on Obama for not rising above the sordid history of Wall Street greed and abuse aided and abetted by successive presidents and Congress ignores, confuses, and disparages what Obama tried to do, what he was able to do, and what was impossible to do."