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Disparagement vs. Impugnment

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Disparagementnoun

The act of disparaging, of belittling.

‘His disparagement of his opponent failed to dissuade voters.’;

Impugnmentnoun

The act of impugning, or the state of being impugned.

Disparagementnoun

Matching any one in marriage under his or her degree; injurious union with something of inferior excellence; a lowering in rank or estimation.

‘And thought that match a foul disparagement.’;

Impugnmentnoun

The act of impugning, or the state of being impugned.

Disparagementnoun

Injurious comparison with an inferior; a depreciating or dishonoring opinion or insinuation; diminution of value; dishonor; indignity; reproach; disgrace; detraction; - commonly with to.

‘It ought to be no disparagement to a star that it is not the sun.’; ‘Imitation is a disparagement and a degradation in a Christian minister.’;

Disparagementnoun

a communication that belittles somebody or something

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Disparagementnoun

the act of speaking contemptuously of

Disparagement

Disparagement, in United States trademark law, was a statutory cause of action that permits a party to petition the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) of the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) to cancel a trademark registration that In 2017, the Supreme Court struck down the disparagement provision as unconstitutional in Matal v. Tam.

‘may disparage or falsely suggest a connection with persons, living or dead, institutions, beliefs, or national symbols, or bring them into contempt or disrepute.’;

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