To view or treat with contempt; despise.(verb-transitive)
To speak ill of; disparage.(verb-transitive)
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Use "vilipend" in a sentence
"The malison of her muliebrity allows niddering males opportunity for oppugnant vilipend."
"With mansuetude compossible with my muliebrity, I condemn those niddering, olid morons who, in caliginosity of understanding, vilipend our English by attempting to exuviate words for which they cannot see any present custom."
"‘And yet, sir, I cannot but marvel that you, Colonel, whom I noted to have so much of the amor patritz when we met in Edinburgh as even to vilipend other countries, should have chosen to establish your Lares, or household gods, procul a patrice finibus, and in a manner to expatriate yourself.’"