scorn[ skawrn ]SEE DEFINITION OF scorn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SCORN
There are those in the world who scorn our vision of human dignity and freedom.
But Hester was far less ready to scorn on her own account than on the part of another.
It seemed as if she grew an inch taller in her scorn of the Inspector's saying.
In his very first independent play he answered the scorners with scorn.
Then, with scorn for my folly, I ran out into the hall, crying for help.
What have I received but scorn and insult from these Frenchmen?
You have treated me with scorn, with contempt, like a little child, as though I did not exist!
The dismay and the scorn of Mr Verloc found vent in an attempt at levity.
His scorn was equally distributed over the whole field of his operations.
It is a happiness which they who smile in scorn at their credulity can never enjoy.