It is almost as if the more amazing our accomplishments, the more we must deprecate them.
A series of recent cases have tended to deprecate the value of confidentiality in witness statements.
what I deprecate is persistent indulgence
Their efforts deserve praise rather than deprecation .
The city critics and deprecators needed to know that there were processes being put in place, strategies being developed and people still committed to the revival of the city.
Without in any way deprecating entrepreneurship and ingenuity, its power stems from its command of money and what money can buy.
Both parties deprecated war, but one of them would ‘make’ war rather than let the nation survive, and the other would ‘accept’ war rather than let it perish, and the war came.
The report deprecates the failure to make progress to remedy the effects of previous discriminatory legislation (now abolished) affecting property rights.
He has a proposition for James, which he puts to him in deprecative terms typical of their mutual origins.
The regiment remained during the summer, engaged in scouting and garrison duty, making occasional excursions after guerrillas and other rebel deprecators .