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Today's word is derogate, spelled D-E-R-O-G-A-T-E.

Derogate is a verb that means to cause to seem inferior, to disparage. It can also mean to take away a part so as to impair, to detract. Derogate also means to act beneath one's position or character. Here is the word used in a sentence by Laura Washington in the Chicago Sun-Times.

"In two national elections, American voters definitively entrusted that man with the job. That man represents the presidency. Politicians who publicly disrespect the man who holds that office derogate their own profession."

You're probably familiar with the word derogatory, the adjective meaning "expressing a low opinion," but you may not be as well-acquainted with the less common verb, derogate. Both words can be traced back to the Late Latin word derogatus, which is the past participle of the verb derogare, meaning "to detract" or "to annul, a law." Derogare, in turn, derives from the Latin word for "ask," rogare. Derogate first appeared in English in the 15th century. Derogatory was adopted in the early 16th century, and has become much more popular than the verb. Other derogate relatives include derogative, derogation, and derogatorily.

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Today's word is derogate, spell D-E-R-O-G-A-T-E

Derogate is a word that means to cause to seem inferior to this .., it can also means to take away a part, so us to ** to detract,
Decrogate also means to act benefit one's position or character.
Here is the word uses in a sentence by Lower Washington in the Chigago sometimes: In two National elections, American voters definitively intrust that man with the job, that man represents the presidency, politicians who proberly disrespect the man who hold that office derogate the own profession.
You are proberly firm to use the word 'derogatory', the adjective meaning expressive of low opinion, but you may not be as ** with last common verb 'derogate', both words can be traced back to the Late Latin word 'derogatuss', which is the past-** of the word 'derogarei', meaning to detract, to anno, **, the 'derogarei' in turn divides from the Latin word for ask 'Rogarei', Derogate first appeared in English in the 15th Century, Derogatory was a ** in the early 16th Century, and has became much more popular than the verb, other derogate relatives, include derogative, derogation, and derogatorily.
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