detracting (part of speech: verb)
cheapening (part of speech: verb)
discounting (part of speech: verb)
subtracting (part of speech: verb)
underestimating (part of speech: verb)
- Men full of evil and desperate fortune were ready to propose every method of public fraud that can be effected by a violation of public faith and depreciating promises. - "Essays on the Constitution of the United States", Paul Leicester Ford.
- She had as small reserve with her brother as vanity, and could even tell him what she thought of her own worth without depreciating it after the fashion of chartered hypocrites. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- What motive could they have for depreciating the value of what was once their own property? - "The Mayor's Wife", Anna Katherine Green.