pejorate

Pejorate - What does it mean?

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Pejorate vs Perorate - What's the difference?

pejorate | perorate |


As verbs the difference between pejorate and perorate

is that pejorate is to make worse; to deteriorate or to worsen while perorate is to speak or declaim at great length, especially in a pompous or grandiloquent manner; to harangue.

Pejorist vs Pejorate - What's the difference?

pejorist | pejorate | Related terms |

Pejorist is a related term of pejorate.


As a noun pejorist

is one who believes that the world is getting worse.

As a verb pejorate is

to make worse; to deteriorate or to worsen.

Worsen vs Pejorate - What's the difference?

worsen | pejorate |


As verbs the difference between worsen and pejorate

is that worsen is to make worse; to impair while pejorate is to make worse; to deteriorate or to worsen.

Deteriorate vs Pejorate - What's the difference?

deteriorate | pejorate |


As verbs the difference between deteriorate and pejorate

is that deteriorate is to make worse; to make inferior in quality or value; to impair while pejorate is to make worse; to deteriorate or to worsen.

Worse vs Pejorate - What's the difference?

worse | pejorate |


As verbs the difference between worse and pejorate

is that worse is (obsolete|transitive) to make worse; to put at disadvantage; to discomfit while pejorate is to make worse; to deteriorate or to worsen.

As an adjective worse

is (bad).

As an adverb worse

is .

As a noun worse

is (obsolete) loss; disadvantage; defeat.