It is true, and he waved his hand in a gesture of depreciation, that I am not of this country and am rather a stranger to you all.
But in 1741 the rate of depreciation was certainly much higher.
Accounts 95 and 98 are closed into a depreciation adjustment account.
As he could not forgive Descartes, so Cousin cannot forgive him for his depreciation of Descartes.
He took an active share in the various expedients of the government for stopping the depreciation of the assignats.
You know what it came to, labor, materials, depreciation on machinery—everything?
The opinion of a depreciation of its value not well founded, 100.
Another allusion, we suppose, to the depreciation of the Mark.
After this depreciation of the Omnipotent, what says this philosophy of our soul?
"There's a good view from the window," he said to console her for his depreciation of the picture.
depreciation 1767, "a lowering of value" (originally of currency), noun of action from depreciate. Meaning "loss of value of a durable good by age or wear" is from 1900.