disdained

[ dis-deyn, dih-steyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF disdained
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She had two sixes in her waist, also; but they disdained to use them.

For Edwin disdained the employment of falsehood and disguise.

Wasps we knew well and disdained, storming them in their fastnesses.

The latter also disdained to make any of the usual preparations.

But then he would have disdained to have informed them of it just as he would have disdained to have concealed it from them.

They were a great nuisance, but they were also a source of profit that could not be disdained.

It was enormous, crowning the bowed head with a crushing and disdained glory.

Twelve or fourteen years old at most, they disdained to run.

At this juncture Thoburn arose, his face the very colour of the corpse he had disdained.

She remembered how proudly she had disdained the advice of this woman when it had been given to her.

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