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dis or diss (dis)
verb tr.: To show disrespect for.
Of uncertain origin, apparently a shortening of disrespect.
"Lumka cringes when she realises the customer she dissed is in fact
Karabo, the owner of the bar and her employer."
"After dissing the victims, Jerry Sensitive led the regents in a
ringing defense of the four CU officials whose lax supervision may
have contributed to the scandal."
This week's theme: Words to highlight rankism.
The more I study religions the more I am convinced that man never worshipped anything but himself. -Richard Francis Burton, explorer and writer (1821-1890)