transitive verb-·prized′, -·priz′ing
Archaic to regard as of low value; not prize
Origin of disprizeMiddle English disprisen from Old French despriser, variant, variety of despreisier: see dispraise
transitive verbdis·prized, dis·priz·ing, dis·priz·es Archaic
To disdain or undervalue; scorn.
Origin of disprizeMiddle English disprisen from Old French desprisier ; see dispraise .
(third-person singular simple present disprizes, present participle disprizing, simple past and past participle disprized)
- (archaic) To depreciate.