disdain

[ dis-deyn, dih-steyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF disdain

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISDAIN

I disdain to spoil my eyes or waste my time by newspaper-reading.

Yet, the disdain of the girl seemed only to increase momently.

They cherish poodles, particularly post-mortem; they disdain swine.

The Frenchman looked at his host in some disdain, bit his lip, and was silent.

Philip Morton heard, and his lip curled with a sad and a just disdain.

She lifted her shoulders in what might be disdain, and made no reply whatever.

Her love was now changed to disdain, which pride assisted to torment her.

I read the letter which their domestic handed me, and all my disdain melted away.

But, believing as he did in his own strength of resistance, pride filled him with disdain.

Zimmern waved his hand at the case with an expression of disdain.

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