Discommend - definition of discommend by The Free Dictionary
dis·com·mend (dĭs′kə-mĕnd′) tr.v. dis·com·mend·ed
dis·com·mends 1. To show or voice disapproval of. 2. To cause to come into disfavor or ill regard. dis′com·mend′a·ble adj. discommend ( ˌdɪskəˈmɛnd) vb
1. rare to express disapproval of 2. obsolete to bring into disfavour
disˌcommenˈdation n dis•com•mend (ˌdɪs kəˈmɛnd) v.t.
1. to express disapproval of.
2. to bring into disfavor.
dis`com•mend′er, n. discommend Past participle: discommended Gerund: discommending Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
Imperative discommend discommend
References in classic literature
the government of many; but whether he means this we are speaking of, or where each person exercises his power separately, is uncertain.
For example, we may use the term of ethical value or moral value to commend a person's action when he saves the boy from drowning at the risk of his life, but we can't use moral action to
someone who refuses to save the boy from drowning.
At the point of purchase, the temptations for rebating or deal making or any of the host of other problems outlined by the producer Associations' leaders