And I believe I smiled a little too contemptuously for a sister to a sister.
The commissionaire regarded him contemptuously, but did not reply to the sarcasm.
“Nobody will believe what a man of that sort says,” said Mr Vladimir contemptuously.
He stooped, picked it up, and cast it contemptuously from him.
A nobleman once contemptuously asked of a sage, “What have you got by all your philosophy?”
"You can wait, at least, until she is well," he said contemptuously.
“No, he did not,” said the girl, shortly and contemptuously.
"You'll ruffle it to the gallows, no doubt," he said contemptuously.
On that he paused, and after an instant's silence Asad laughed angrily and contemptuously.
"I never thought but that we were working in the service of a hairbrain," said he contemptuously.