edge, denigration, wear and tear, shrinkage, rocket, write-down, discount, bounce, money, dispraise, increase, skyrocket, tumble, put-down, show, deprecation, markdown, minimization, start, cool off, come down, attack, rally
detraction (part of speech: noun)
underestimation (part of speech: noun)
subtraction (part of speech: noun)
- I scarcely regarded the old sailor's warning, so eager was I to go on shore- to put my foot upon the soil of the new world for the first time- I was in no humour to listen to any depreciation of what seemed so beautiful. - "Roughing it in the Bush", Susanna Moodie.
- Mark waved his hand in lofty depreciation of the hint that failure for him was a possible contingency. - "The Rustler of Wind River", G. W. Ogden.
- And then if the process is reversed, and the critic begins with the latter and discovers his peculiar merit, which is quite of a different order from that presented by the former, with whom it may be looked for in vain, the result is that both of them suffer undue depreciation. - "The Art of Literature", Arthur Schopenhauer.