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Sentence count:109+9 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-17Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: despiserejectscornspurnAntonym: admirepraiserespectSimilar words: daintymaintaindailyjurisdictiondiscdiskdishdismalMeaning: [dɪs'deɪn]  n. 1. lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike 2. a communication that indicates lack of respect by patronizing the recipient. v. 1. look down on with disdain 2. reject with contempt. 
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1 Janet looked at him with disdain.
2 He regards the political process with disdain.
3 A great man should disdain flatterers.
4 She watched me with disdain.
5 He turned his head away in disdain.
6 She did not hesitate to express the disdain that she felt.
7 The older musicians disdain the new, rock-influenced music.
8 He replied with haughty disdain.
9 He was treated with disdain.
10 He has an aristocratic disdain for money.
11 He curled his lips in disdain.
12 Why does he treat his father with such disdain?
13 My suggestion was received with disdain.
14 She turned her head away in disdain.
15 Judges sometimes show great disdain for the law.
16 Traditionalists look upon the changes with disdain.
17 She tossed her head in disdain.
18 I would certainly disdain to live in such tiny flats.
19 Some people disdain labour.
20 They expressed disdain for Western pop culture.
21 They greeted Hess's ideas with skepticism or outright disdain.
22 Colleges inculcate a subtle disdain for work, he said.
23 Communist disdain for the environment made matters worse.
24 Imitation jewellery is regarded with disdain.
25 Mr. Rodriguez spoke of his tenants with disdain ,( blaming them for the poor condition of the apartment.
26 But the disdain of these accomplished economists for supply-side economics can easily be deduced from their writings and congressional testimony.
27 She accepted the kiss with icy disdain, and his misery was complete.
28 Koons has engrossed himself in a world of commercialism that most modern artists disdain.
29 The whole operation was done in a spirit of perfect disdain.
30 In their own way, they were both iconoclasts with a common weakness: a deep-rooted disdain for brutish, clear-cut answers.
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