Then the yell that rose belittled all which had gone before.
"Dorothy on a Ranch" by Evelyn Raymond
He was extremely pale; even his lips, still stiff and twisted to what he thought was a belittling smile, were white.
"No Clue" by James Hay
He never wasted time in seeking the injury of any who ridiculed and belittled him.
"True to His Home" by Hezekiah Butterworth
It's a low-down trick the governor played to put me in this helplessly belittled position with you.
"The Making of Bobby Burnit" by George Randolph Chester
On the other hand, so-called Psychic Science misapprehends, belittles, and sophisticates the Human Will, the prime Motor Power of Man.
"The New Avatar and The Destiny of the Soul" by Jirah D. Buck
The grotesque name of Thomasina Tucker belittles your exquisite art.
"Ladies-In-Waiting" by Kate Douglas Wiggin
He belittled his own abilities, and imagined that things which were difficult for him came easily to other people.
"Frank H. Nelson of Cincinnati" by Warren C. Herrick
Febrer felt belittled by the solitude.
"The Dead Command" by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
But, afterwards, one finds excuse and seeks to belittle the personality and attainment of the person one feared.
"The Wonder" by J. D. Beresford
No, my intention is not to belittle your renown.
"The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles" by Jean Henri Fabre
This power’s your leading star,
It has your God and nature’s law,
And before it, it’s pale and far –
The Art, belittling things’ great role.
"To the Poet" by Innokentii Fedorovich Annensky
To enrich thee with every gift
That His fatherly thought can plan:
Front belittling sins to lift
Thee up to the angel swift,
And the stature of a man!
"Saved" by Lucy Larcom
—Imperfect mirror, faulty glass,
Who let the pure white rays to pass
But twist the coloured beams awry,
Belittle all the good we see,
And ill, since of our own degree,
Absorb, to magnify?
"Celestial Heights" by Alfred Austin
What idiocy of people dependent on teleprompters to belittle Luke Bryan for having some words of "The Star-Spangled Banner" written on his hand.
Often ignored or belittled because they questioned the orthodoxy, they say, they have been shut out of many economics departments and the most prestigious economics journals.
Though a stickler for statutory law, Mr Williamson seems not to notice that the War on Terror — which he belittles as "metaphorical" — is a real war in the statutory sense.
How tempting it is to claim, as one gets swept into the fervor of the small community of non-Hasidic Yiddish speakers in America, that the once-belittled and murdered language is making a comeback.
From Anderson to Smith and even bigger wigs who play roles in belittling the hourly associate.
Once belittled as an insubstantial electronic scrapbook with narrow appeal, the 2-year-old website Pinterest is maturing into a marketing monster.
Conditions at Lexington, Blue Grass Airport, KY. A 10-year-old child found dead in her family's apartment in central Kentucky was routinely belittled and lived in fear of upsetting her father, relatives and neighbors said.
Same guy who has belittled clinging to God.
It constantly amazes me why the Democrats belittle the Republicans for being the "party of the rich".
Another grievance has been filed against the embattled principal of Oxford Area High School, this one by the parents of a disabled student who say David Madden blocked their son from getting assignments and belittled the mother in e-mails.
When Actors Belittle Their Own Movies.
Oct 10, 2012 (Morning Edition) — In 1949, a teacher at Eton, a British boarding school, belittled John Gurdon's dreams of becoming a scientist as "quite ridiculous".
Carroll's witty remark belittles sisters regardless of orientation.
For more than two years, Chael Sonnen has belittled Anderson Silva in every possible way.
Yet the amount of talent these lowlands have produced stands is stark contrast to any belittling stereo types.
My point is not to belittle Web 2.0 style communications; my point is not that formal communications are better somehow; my point is that formal communication is not going away.
Fully Digital: Policy and Process Implications for the AAS