Me'am Loez on Pirkei Avos 4:3 quotes a Sefer called Divrei Yechezkel to explain the words
אל תהי בז לכל אדם
as meaning "Don't disparage the entirety of a human being." Even if you see someone who has some aspect that is bad, don't disparage him entirely as there are some aspects of him that are good.
This is a beautiful Peshat which helps explain a deeper element of what the problem is with Lashon Harah (that you are casting someone in a bad light based on one flaw but you are not giving the whole picture) and I would like to see it inside. I checked all of the Sefarim named Divrei Yechezkel on Otzar Hachochmah and Hebrew Books and I didn't see this Peshat in any of them.
Does anyone know which Sefer called Divrei Yechezkel this is? Do you have a picture of it or the complete text? Do you know of anyone who says the same Peshat even (Midrash Shmuel has a Peshat which is similar but can be interpreted differently. I want someone who unquestionably says this - preferably the Divrei Yechezkel the Me'am Lo'ez quoted, but anyone is fine).