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He was dismissive, Clemans-Cope said, dwelling more on the challenges that local governments face than on the teenagers’ appeals.
On a recent Friday, she had texted their mutual boss, Ben Silbermann, the CEO and co-founder of Pinterest, about what she describes as a particularly dismissive and erratic interaction she had with Morgenfeld where he had hung up on her.
When Ehrlich describes man-made global warming without addressing politics, extractive industries, or socioeconomic nuances, it’s not just dismissive.
Richard made a slight dismissive motion with his hand, as showing Mr. Gwynn that he might retire.
THE PRESIDENTALFRED HENRY LEWIS
Edna bent her head with a dismissive nod, and continued her frivolous conversation with the Count.
MARK GILDERSLEEVEJOHN S. SAUZADE

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION