Noun(1) a rude expression intended to offend or hurt
(1) One finds in Wolcot's mock-epic a shower of contumely constantly trained upon epic.(2) the Church should not be exposed to gossip and contumely(3) Nursing her injuries by keeping ├ö├ç├┐herself in a state of intoxication,├ö├ç├û Lucy heaped contumely on Peter, their children, and neighbors.(4) And why - if they have actually talked to the police and prosecuting authorities - do they dismiss their ├ö├ç├┐scepticism├ö├ç├û with such contumely ?(5) They helped us understand what we were up against: the proud man's contumely , the insolence of office.(6) You're never going to please everybody, but my feeling is there seems to have been less contumely than might have been expected, because we have taken people with us.
(1) contumely :: contumely
1. abuse ::
3. vilification ::
4. insult ::
Different Formscontumelies, contumelious, contumely
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