disdainful

[ dis-deyn-fuhl, dih-steyn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF disdainful
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That he had lived in the City all his life and was disdainful of other localities, no doubt.

That disdainful glance of his on the first evening I could never forget, billah.

I did not protest, from a feeling of a sort of disdainful indifference.

She looked at him, and laughed; a cold laugh, disdainful, yet not bitter.

But he checked the impulse with a disdainful curve of his lips.

Had you been another kind of man I might have been too hopeless or too disdainful.

Have you heard why she looked so disdainful at the Queen's Game last evening?

It penetrated his brain that he had been going too fast with this disdainful beauty.

"Your medicine is good, Giaour," she said, with the ghost of a disdainful laugh.

But his lips added nothing to the insult of that disdainful look.

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