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Scorn, ridicule, contemptuous treatment
Derision (n)
The rising of Jesus is significant especially after the scorn and ridicule he received
Unoriginal, obtained from another source
Derivative (adj)
Derived from something else would make in unoriginal
To dry out or dehydrate; to make dry or dull
Desiccate (v)
The sick ate dried out food and they looked dull..
Desuetude (n)
Sued and dude is no longer in use.
Random; thoughtless; marked by a lack of plan or purpose
Desultory (adj)
To desalt the roads before the snow shows random, thoughtless actions with a lack of a plan
Slandering, verbal attack, aspersion
Detraction (n)
To detract negative characteristics from oneself you might slander another
Transparent, gauzy
Diaphanous (adj)
Di's fan on us was very transperant
Express contempt (disgrace)
The ride was a disgrace