How to use Downplay in a sentence

downplay
  • Moreover, while seeking to significantly downplay its own role the Government makes much of the role of trustees.

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  • No matter what your height, sometimes you may want to downplay it and give the illusion that you're shorter or taller.

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  • You may want to play up a specific feature and downplay others, and that's fine.

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  • To keep your look clean and modern, downplay your jewelry and let your eyes speak for themselves!To apply vivid or bold shadows, make sure you have a steady hand and avoid over application.

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  • Downplay the rest of your outfit and let the jeans speak for themselves.

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  • If you like a close-fitting tank style top, you can have it; or you can select a flared top that doesn't hug your stomach area if that's something you want to downplay.

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  • While pizza is always a student staple, a table strewn with pizzas tends to downplay the celebratory nature of the graduation party.

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  • First, you'll need to determine which areas you want to downplay.

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  • Make sure to wear vibrant colors or patterns on areas you want to emphasize, while keeping dark or neutral colors on those spots you want to downplay.

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  • It also gives you the edge over other candidates with similar qualifications as yourself, so do n't downplay its importance.

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  • Shlaim does downplay Arab aggression as part of his overall argument, but he is far from uncritical of Arab policy.

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  • Stick to solids or small pinstripes on areas you'd like to downplay or make appear thinner.

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  • Wear them tucked or untucked, but if you want to downplay your height a bit, wearing the polo shirt tucked in with a belt can help.

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  • You might consider wearing a colorful lacy camisole over the bra to downplay its functional appearance.

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  • Keep in mind this format doesn't deemphasize elements you wish to downplay.

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  • Many are illustrated, a popular convention to downplay some of the horror of the film while still making it appealing.

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  • Insurers typically downplay the fact that the premiums run higher, depending on how serious the medical condition is.

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