Rabbi as thou art, thou art an Epicurean; thou sittest in the seat of the scorner.
He also must be such a lady's scorner: he who is such a poor judge of horses and wines.
And he, the scorner of women, had chosen her for his homage!
The most disagreeable of all people are those who "sit in the seat of the scorner."
Long ago oppressor and oppressed, prophet and scorner, had been dust.
Shelley, like the lark he sang of, was a "scorner of the ground."
In them Hogarth the artist and Hogarth the fighter and scorner mingle.
"There she lies," retorted Duncan, as he knocked the scorner down at a blow.
To prevent the replies or excuses of the scorner, I must here tell you, 1.
Nevertheless, the time came when the scorner recanted his renunciation.