disdainfully

[ dis-deyn-fuhl, dih-steyn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF disdainfully
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The locksmith glanced at him disdainfully, but returned no other answer.

"Guess that can't be much trouble," said Willie, disdainfully.

"We have met before, I think, Monsieur," she said disdainfully.

"He need fear nothing without that word," said Ruth disdainfully.

"True to their wildness, maybe," she answered him disdainfully.

The girl stood erect, disdainfully looking him full in the face.

If it presents itself too often to his mind, he expels it disdainfully!

"The crudeness of your ferocity is positively gross, Martin," Mr. Jones said disdainfully.

"Nobody inherits the drink habit," returned Charley, disdainfully.

"You are incapable of judging such a nature as his," returns she, disdainfully.

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