Antonyms for deigned

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She saw me, and she deigned to let me know that I was seen, that was all.

This eccentric but lovely young lady had not deigned to visit him that day.

His Excellency had deigned to take cognizance of it with his own eyes.

"His Majesty has not deigned to accord me the necessary permission," was the reply.

His Excellency had deigned to take cognisance of it with his own eyes.

To the fisherman she deigned no good-morrow, nor had she a thought of them after they had passed.

Bruin deigned no reply, but continued to survey him with steady, unwinking eyes.

In the winter, out on the ice, he had deigned to fasten on her skates.

If there had been a dozen doles afterwards we should not have deigned to touch one of them.

"Let's go home, now; I'm hungry," was all the answer Zaidee deigned.