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Spell check of depreciate

Correct spelling: depreciate

praise, contemn, underestimate, attenuate, attack, debase, defame, downgrade, smear, run down, deprecate, reduce, knock, bob, slur, kiss off, derogate from, money, subtract, raise, deteriorate, detract from, break, pare, decrease, sink, cast aspersion, censure, play down, deflate, dis, deride, curtail, lessen, drop, put down, decline, dishonor, devalue, devaluate, degrade, traduce, clip, talk down, calumniate, undervalue, slump, roast, crater, overshadow, decay, undersell, detract, delete, slash, downplay, carp at, diminish, dock, ridicule, discount, fault, fall, discredit, write down, cry down, shear, dwindle, condemn, bad-mouth, humiliate, dip, denigrate, slam, underrate, vilipend, trim, denounce, slander, slight, shrink, minimize, trash, belittle, trivialize, decry, take down a peg, revile, prune, weed, shave, dismiss, cheapen, lower, poor-mouth, spurn, abrade, malign, humble, eclipse, mark down, disparage, rap, vilify, abridge, understate, crop, write off, increase, depress, trash-talk, show, derogate, cut, deduct, elide, extol, disgrace.

blow up, extend, countenance, overestimate, approve, apprise, acclaim, bloat, extol, compliment, eulogize, overrate, inflate, praise, magnify, enlarge, apprize, dilate, aggrandize, applaud, exalt, compound, laud, overvalue, maximize, boost, multiply, increase, favor, add, sanction, mark up, expand, appreciate, raise, augment, revalue, swell, balloon, glorify, amplify, recommend, heighten, upgrade, endorse, enhance, commend, overprice, escalate, up.

Examples of usage:

1) There now arose an absurd contest between us, each defending the very point he had vehemently disputed a few days ago, and trying to depreciate his former opinion as much as possible. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

2) Lafcadio Hearn, by the way, condemned the tendency to depreciate Longfellow. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

3) He was one of those statesmen whom modern critics, on the watch for the partially obsolete and with the complexity of present problems always before them, tend to depreciate. - "Lady-John-Russell", MacCarthy, Desmond.