Definition of "self-deprecatory" [self-deprecatory]
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Use "self-deprecatory" in a sentence
"If he follows the Kevin Federline playbook, we can expect to see him playing himself in a self-deprecatory Super Bowl ad, guest starring as an impending corpse on a CBS cop show, and emerging as the surprisingly sane parent after Kate goes on a head-shaving bender."
"And it's not uncommon for the cutter to carve self-deprecatory words into her skin: ugly, worthless, bad."
"The crowd applauds politely but warmly, Art says thanks for the kind words, and puts the crowd at ease from the get-go with some self-deprecatory humor."