13 example sentences using detraction.
Detraction used in a sentence
Detraction in a sentence as a noun
By band-aid I meant more that they are a detraction from the root cause.
I agree with the author in that the long game play of the original version can be a detraction.
Agreed with the rest of the replies here about Marx and Freud, but what's with the detraction of Hegel because he's "hard to read"?
Conversely, though, is there any detraction from F# by not being a close member of that ecosystem?
Did you even bother to read the article, which despite mentioning this detraction, has nothing to do with it?
A more internal generation sees it as a chaotic detraction.
For every detraction, there is a significant advantage.
Most of the detraction of the article seems to be attacking his dismissal of Musk; that shouldn't matter, given it seems to actually quote sources for details.
The "batteries not included" bit is probably the greatest detraction to Lua as a general-purpose scripting language.
>Did you even bother to read the article, which despite mentioning this detraction, has nothing to do with it?In fact, it invalidates those criticisms against McCandless.
A single chip is a seemingly miraculous network of chemically deposited thin films and optically patterned cutouts all at a size that beats the detraction limit of light.
Well - the detraction is I spent about 15-20 minutes re-reading through your article, googling around, checking my system, checking apple review sites - trying to figure out what, exactly, it was that Mavericks was doing differently with keychain/private key integration.
I liked this actually, but I can't tell, is the main detraction that everything must be condensed into a single expression?As far as dynamic languages go, having every statement block return an expression, or the last expression evaluated, is not so rare, but having access to it is.
a petty disparagement
the act of discrediting or detracting from someone's reputation (especially by slander); "let it be no detraction from his merits to say he is plainspoken"