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I believe that it is what Shakespeare intended, and that he despised the groundlings if they laughed.
What I have to say will be upon this point: Why Puritanism is especially fitted to elevate the despised races.
Then I offered you a bargain—and I see now that you despised me as a huckster!
But for all that she was still a power to be reckoned with—an ally whose friendship was not to be despised.
Hilda the Sunbeam was not despised because she climbed the mountainside to fetch milk and butter for the family.
Nabby was in her way and place a person worth making concessions to, for she was a workwoman not to be despised.
In this Hirzel, who was a physician and a philanthropist, brings to the fore the despised peasantry.
This man made money so easily that he despised the slow, gradual building up of an immense fortune.
In Melmoth the monks persecute a despised brother by impersonating spirits in his cell.
Had she shown "my puppy" her childish qualities, he would have despised her—he had left that department himself so recently.
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