Demeaning sentence example

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  • You must learn to deflect demeaning comments but incorporate constructive criticism.
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  • Something Josh would have considered both childish and demeaning.
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  • Although desperate for cash, I won't abase myself in this demeaning job any longer.
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  • As a result, buying a partner a beautiful watch is not a demeaning action; it is an action of true love and affection.
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  • Paranoid personalities interpret the actions of others as deliberately threatening or demeaning.
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  • It is complicated and self demeaning to try and change your persona from public to private.
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  • Similarly, gifts that poke fun at marriage foibles in demeaning or harsh terms should be avoided at this type of optimistic celebration, as well as any gifts hinting far beyond the wedding ceremony - starting a family, for example.
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  • demeaning tasks away from the majority of the group.
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  • demeaning job was ours.
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  • If they fled from him at the Cross (and if they didnt why would they make up a detail so demeaning?
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  • I have no real problem with where the custom came from, but recently society has seemed to turn it into something rather demeaning.
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  • It would be very demeaning to many other talented directors to rate them like that.
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  • It was too demeaning for the god to do the same as his compere.
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  • It is hypocrisy for the West to proclaim democratic slogans while demeaning and persecuting those who prefer to take a different moral high ground.
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  • No wonder the Americans call this agency the UN watchdog, the term that is demeaning and condescending to the integrity of this organization.
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  • The word I 'd use is demeaning but I 'm not vindictive, so I 'm not posting the URL.
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  • On the other hand, activities that are too simple or seem too childish may be perceived by the individual as embarrassing or demeaning.
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  • He was demeaning her.
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  • demeaning in any way.
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  • The word I'd use is demeaning but I'm not vindictive, so I'm not posting the URL.
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  • A humorous name should not be given to your dog with the intent of being demeaning.
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  • demeaning ways.
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  • If he couldn't win an argument any other way, he could always resort to demeaning dialog.
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