contemn[ kuhn-tem ]SEE DEFINITION OF contemn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTEMN
Perhaps this may appear to you to be only an old wife's tale, which you will contemn.
So it is with women: you should not contemn women because they rouse a devil in man.
I contemn the world when I think on it, and myself when I translate it.
A religion,” said I, “in which you yourself do not believe, and which you contemn.
There was, in truth, danger lest the Rhodians should contemn the Romans!
I determined to contemn and despise her; and steadily to refuse the interview.
I have a husband who makes war upon me because I contemn his bed and board.
Leave it to miserable fools, to contemn the wisdom of the Most High.
I do not ask that you should pity these women with whom I have to deal, still less that you should contemn them.
Reward my temperance with some lawful favour, Though you contemn my person.