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Definition of "put-down" [put-down]

  • An insult or barb; a snide or demeaning remark. (noun)

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Use "put-down" in a sentence
  • "It is an unfair generalization and a put-down not worthy of Boing Boing. coaxial replied to comment from Antinous/Moderator"
  • "The South, Barbour's comments and the put-down of Kentucky Senator Rand Paul on civil rights laws and Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell in his unrepentant praise of Confederate History Month still type the white South as a region that's still chock full of unreconstructed racists and religious and social bigots."
  • "It was a very effective put-down, and some felt it turned the whole debate."
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