- gwawdgwawdiogwatwarwrgwatwarusphan y'th gerydder
Noun(1) lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike(2) open disrespect for a person or thing
Verb(1) look down on with disdain(2) reject with contempt
(1) I do not wish to become the object of scorn(2) That they are able to pour out their scorn for the West is a rather good demonstration of the freedom of speech they enjoy.(3) Even the junior senator from North Carolina felt obliged to express her scorn for these malefactors of great wealth.(4) As much as I valued the path of Eastern spirituality and meditation, I was uncomfortable with its subtle scorn for the physical world.(5) The more I have come to feel this way the more I've tried not to express scorn for things that do not catch my attention but that obviously mean a great deal to others.(6) As he read it, the scorn faded from his face, leaving him intent.(7) Whether online or off, the kind of accessible and widely read work that brings an academic public recognition is likely to draw the scorn and suspicion of his colleagues.(8) My voice was filled with scorn for him and his threats.(9) He reserves special scorn for academic leaders who have debased the academy by pretending that fields like hospitality and gaming studies have a place at university.(10) He has the dubious distinction of being the first object of scorn for most people after they develop their literary palate beyond the 6th grade level.(11) He reserves most of his scorn for the film-makers of his own generation who, as he sees it, betray their own talent.(12) a scandal and a scorn to all who look on thee(13) In many inner-city neighbourhoods, children emulate gangster culture and profess scorn for those who succeed in school.(14) Tailin stiffened at the scorn in the woman's voice.(15) While the commercial provided exposure, it drew the scorn of genuine punkers.(16) She is an incredible artist who has endured public derision and scorn for well over a decade.
(1) scorn :: gwawd
1. contempt ::
2. disdain ::
3. deride ::
4. spurn ::
5. despise ::
1. admiration ::
2. esteem ::
3. estimation ::
4. favor ::
5. regard ::
6. respect ::
Different Formsscorn, scorned, scorner, scorners, scornful, scorning, scorns
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