Discredit synonyms

dĭs-krĕd'ĭt
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An official reprimand.
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An expression of blame or reproof
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Damage to or loss of reputation.
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To attack or injure the reputation or honor of by false and malicious statements; malign, slander, or libel
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To treat in a disrespectful or demeaning manner.
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To bring into disrepute
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To dig underneath (something), to make a passage or for destructive or military purposes; to sap. [from 14th c.]
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To ask questions.
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To have no trust, faith, or confidence in; doubt; suspect
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Responsibility for a fault or wrong
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The state of being in disfavor, as because of bad conduct
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To make seem less important; belittle; disparage
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To prove to be false or in error; refute; confute
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(Archaic) To hesitate
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To spread false or damaging charges against; slander
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The definition of belittle means to speak about someone or something in a way to make it seem less important.
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To spoil the appearance of.
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To impair the soundness, goodness, or value of; to harm or cause destruction.
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To condemn as wrong or reprehensible:
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To speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way.
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2013 June 7, Gary Younge, “Hypocrisy lies at heart of Manning prosecution”, The Guardian Weekly, volume 188, number 26, page 18:
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To doubt
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(Law) To demonstrate in court that a testimony under oath contradicts another testimony from the same person, usually one taken during deposition.
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To cause to feel shame; make ashamed
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To utter a slanderous statement
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To pass over lightly or carelessly; treat without due consideration.
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To damage someone's reputation by slandering, misrepresenting, or otherwise making false accusations about an individual, their statements, or their actions.
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To consider (a person) guilty without proof:
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To affect or associate with something undesirable or reprehensible:
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To give credit to or deserved commendation for
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To express a feeling of veneration or gratitude to (a deity); worship or glorify.
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To express approval of; praise
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To worship (a deity)
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To have faith, confidence, or trust:
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(Intransitive) To have trust; to be credulous; to be won to confidence; to confide.
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To discredit, or expose to ridicule the falsehood or the exaggerated claims of something
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(Economics) To reduce the amount or availability of (currency or credit), effecting a decline in prices.
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To increase suddenly, sharply, and without control:
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To reduce or put an end to, as if by a puncture
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(Idiomatic) To criticize a (request) to the point of preclusion.
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(Perhaps nonstandard) To show, evince, demonstrate: to show (something) to be present, particularly something deemed contradictory or ironic.
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(Now rare) To show (something or someone) to be false or wrong; to disprove or refute.
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To contradict, refute, or oppose, esp. in a formal manner by argument, proof, etc., as in a debate
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To prove (an argument or statement) to be false or wrong, by argument or evidence
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Not believe; to exercise disbelief.
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Used other than as an idiom: see bad,"Ž name.
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Loss of or damage to one's reputation
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The state of being humiliated or disgraced; shame.
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Bad reputation
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The condition of disgrace suffered as a result of abuse or vilification; ill repute.
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Hatred or distaste for, accompanied by contempt or disgust.
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Scornful reproach or contempt:
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Unpreparedness, unwillingness, or inability to believe that something is the case.
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(Rare) Incredulity; the state of being skeptical or in disbelief.
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A withholding or lack of belief, esp. in religion or in certain religious doctrines
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To feel or show deferential regard for; esteem or admire:
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To fix or determine the value of; assign a value to, as of jewelry or art work.
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To make a solemn promise. See also oath.
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To give no credence to
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A good reputation:
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