See also: Discredit Discreditable Discredited Discrediting Discreditation Discern Discrepancy Discord Discretion Discrete Discrimination Discourse Discipline Discharge Disclose Discreet Discerning Discernment Disciple Disconcerting Discussing Discernir Discrepancia Discriminación Confidentiality Herniated Disc Degenerative Define
1. Discredit definition is - to refuse to accept as true or accurate : disbelieve
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2. How to use Discredit in a sentence.
3. Discredit definition, to injure the credit or reputation of; defame: an effort to Discredit honest politicians
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4. To damage in reputation; disgrace: a report on corruption that Discredited the mayor
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5. Synonyms & Antonyms of Discredit (Entry 2 of 2) 1 to reduce to a lower standing in one's own eyes or in others' eyes attempted to Discredit her political opponents by deliberately spreading false rumors
6. The government could no longer ignore, though it still strove to Discredit, the danger of foreign intervention
7. WILLIAM HUNT Captain Van Slyck has not been very friendly toward me, and a mutiny in the garrison would greatly Discredit my administration
8. To cause people to stop respecting someone or believing in an idea or person: Evidence of links with drug dealers has Discredited the mayor.
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9. To damage in reputation; disgrace: a report on corruption that Discredited the mayor
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10. To cause to be doubted or distrusted: new scientific evidence that Discredits earlier theories
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11. To refuse to believe: Discredit a story as …
12. TO Discredit, practice, evidence
13. In general, a party may Discredit a witness called by the opposite party, who testifies against him, by proving that his character is such as not to entitle him to credit or confidence, or any other fact which shows he …
14. Scientists Discredit theory that drug swap caused Newport prison outbreak Prison outbreak doubles the number of Covid cases in Newport Covid outbreak at Newport prison is ‘a crisis,’ but no
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15. One such Discredit in the United States was the impeachment of Bill Clinton
16. The allegations brought against the President were damaging, but did not comprise Discredit until enough substance arose from the testimony under oath of Paula Jones and Monica Lewinsky to raise genuine questions of the credibility of President Clinton.
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17. : loss of reputation or respect — often used with bring His criminal activities brought Discredit on/upon/to his family
18. This scandal has brought the whole enterprise into lasting Discredit. ◊ Something that is to your Discredit causes people to have a less favorable opinion of you.
19. Discredit: 1 n the state of being held in low esteem “your actions will bring Discredit to your name” Synonyms: disrepute Antonyms: reputation , repute the state of being held in high esteem and honor Types: infamy evil fame or public reputation ill fame , notoriety the state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality Type of: dishonor
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20. The Biden nominees Republicans are trying to Discredit
21. See 6 authoritative translations of Discredit in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
22. What does Discredit mean? To refuse to believe
23. (verb) Discredit a story as mere gossip.
24. Explore 48 Discredit Quotes by authors including Bryant H
25. Discredit From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English dis‧cred‧it1 /dɪsˈkredɪt/ ●○○ verb [ transitive] 1 to make people stop respecting or trusting someone or something The company’s lawyers tried to Discredit her testimony
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26. Discredit n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
27. Widespread corruption brought his government into Discredit with the people.
28. To Discredit someone or something means to cause them to lose people's respect or trust.a secret unit within the company that had been set up to Discredit its major rival
29. Synonyms: disgrace, blame, shame, smear More Synonyms of Discredit
30. Find 68 ways to say Discredit, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
31. Discredit means to destroy or impair the credibility or reputation of a person or thing
32. When used in the context of military laws, ‘Discredit" means to injure the reputation of the armed forces.
33. Cuomo Aides Called Ex-Staffers to Discredit Accuser
34. Discredit (v.) 1550s, "disbelieve, give no credit to," from dis-"opposite of" + credit (v.)
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35. Discredit something to make people stop believing that something is true; to make something appear unlikely to be true
36. These theories are now largely Discredited among linguists
37. This new evidence Discredits earlier findings
38. These ideas have now been completely Discredited.
39. The noun Discredit has 1 sense: 1
40. The state of being held in low esteem Familiarity information: Discredit used as a noun is very rare
41. • Discredit (verb) The verb Discredit has 3 senses: 1
42. Reject as false; refuse to accept Familiarity information: Discredit used as a
43. This time, the paper is reporting that allies of Governor Cuomo drafted a letter, all to Discredit one of his accusers
44. Andrew Cuomo circulated an open letter in an attempt to Discredit the first woman to accuse him of sexual harassment, according to a report
45. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, claims the governor's network of aides has sought to Discredit …
46. To Discredit one is to injure his reputation, as for veracity or solvency
47. Dancing, however, fell into Discredit with the feast of the agapae
48. The study, of soil from Syria, is the latest to Discredit the controversial theory that a cosmic impact triggered the Younger Dryas cold period.
49. Discredit - find the meaning, anagrams and hook words with Discredit and much more
50. The word Discredit uses 9 letters: c, d, d, e, i, i, r, s, t
51. Discredit is playable in: Words With Friends 14
52. TO Discredit, practice, evidence
53. In general, a party may Discredit a witness called by the opposite party, who testifies against him, by proving that his character is such as not to entitle him to credit or confidence, or any other fact which shows he …
54. Discredit synonyms, Discredit pronunciation, Discredit translation, English dictionary definition of Discredit
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55. To damage in reputation; disgrace: a report on corruption that Discredited the mayor
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56. A spokesperson for the Kremlin on Tuesday denied allegations from the White House that Russia has been working to Discredit western coronavirus vaccines, calling it …
57. Discredit: To damage in reputation; disgrace
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58. What I'm really seeking to Discredit is a specific component of homodoxy exhibited most notably in monotheism but just as present in polytheist and atheist homodoxies.
59. What I'm really seeking to Discredit is a specific component of homodoxy exhibited most notably in monotheism but just as present in …
60. 1 day ago · Expecting longer tally, election chief warns of efforts to Discredit results Orly Adas urges public to ‘be smart enough’ not to buy into or share ‘rumors and conspiracy theories
61. [countable] Discredit (to somebody/something) a person or thing that causes damage to somebody's/something's reputation or loss of respect They were a Discredit to their country
62. By telling lies he brought Discredit upon Parliament
63. The company's lawyers tried to Discredit her testimony
64. The photos were deliberately taken to Discredit the President
65. That guy is a Discredit to his family and
66. Antonyms for Discredit include aggrandize, canonise, canonize, deify, elevate, exalt, acclaim, applaud, commend and honour
67. The Kremlin on Tuesday rebuffed a White House allegation that Russia's intelligence services were seeking to Discredit Western COVID-19 vaccines, describing such allegations as absurd.
68. Embattled New York governor Andrew Cuomo reportedly helped draft a letter intended to Discredit and disparage one of his sexual harassment accusers
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