dispraise[dis prāz′, dis′-; dis′prāz′]
transitive verbdispraised, dispraising
Origin of dispraiseMiddle English dispreisen ; from Old French despreisier, to blame: see dis- and amp; praise
transitive verbdis·praised, dis·prais·ing, dis·prais·es
Origin of dispraiseMiddle English dispreisen, from Old French despreiser, variant of desprisier, from Late Latin dēpretiāre; see depreciate.
(third-person singular simple present dispraises, present participle dispraising, simple past and past participle dispraised)
From Old French despreisier.