Despairingly vs. Disparagingly

Reply Thu 26 Nov, 2015 12:41 pm
Is only one correct? Which? Or both?
Tes yeux noirs
Reply Thu 26 Nov, 2015 12:57 pm
Correct for what? They are both words that exist in the English language, but they have different meanings:

Despairingly: in a despairing or hopeless manner.

Disparagingly: done with the intention to belittle, disrespect or bring reproach.
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