speak disparagingly of

See: decry
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who has introduced a man whom he calls Socrates, going about and saying that he walks in air, and talking a deal of nonsense concerning matters of which I do not pretend to know either much or little--not that I mean to speak disparagingly of any one who is a student of natural philosophy.
And those who speak disparagingly of the legislation do not realise that it is a growth-oriented bill aimed to attract significant investment to our country.
I don't want to speak disparagingly of any of the shows that get nominated because they're all terrific shows worthy of nomination.
In those 50 years, I never heard her speak disparagingly of others, nor did I ever hear anyone demean Edie.
I have heard some Indian men - educated Indians, let us be clear - speak disparagingly of girls and women who wear short skirts, or revealing dresses.
While society in general avoids the gun carrier, gun folks also look down on and speak disparagingly of the small auto if one is brought out at a local gun club or range.
Or the former colleagues who would speak disparagingly of 'Welshies'.
People speak disparagingly of this division far too often.