Disvalue
Disvalue Dis*val"ue (?; see {Dis-}), v. t. To undervalue; to depreciate. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • Disvalue — Dis*val ue, n. Disesteem; disregard. B. Jonson. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disvalue — index denounce (condemn), deprecate, discommend, lessen Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • disvalue — [dis val′yo͞o] vt. disvalued, disvaluing to regard as of little or no value; depreciate n. negative value …   English World dictionary

  • disvalue — I. dəs, (ˈ)dis+ transitive verb Etymology: dis (I) + value (v.) 1. archaic : undervalue, depreciate 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • disvalue — I. transitive verb Date: 1603 1. archaic undervalue, depreciate 2. to consider of little value II. noun Date: 1603 1. obsolete disregard, disesteem …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • disvalue — /dis val yooh/, n., v., disvalued, disvaluing. n. 1. disesteem; disparagement. v.t. 2. Archaic. to depreciate; disparage. [1595 1605; DIS 1 + VALUE] * * * …   Universalium

  • disvalue — 1. verb To regard something as having little or no value 2. noun harm, demerit …   Wiktionary

  • disvalue — The opposite of value: the amount of harm or demerit attaching to some outcome or action or character trait …   Philosophy dictionary

  • disvalue — dis·value …   English syllables

  • disvalue — dis•val•ue [[t]dɪsˈvæl yu[/t]] n. v. ued, u•ing 1) disesteem; disparagement 2) archaic to depreciate; disparage • Etymology: 1595–1605 …   From formal English to slang

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