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Sentence count:41+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: contemptuoushaughtyinsultinglordlypridefulscornfulsniffysuperciliousswaggeringSimilar words: disdainin fullin full swinginfusedaintyin futurerainfalldisinfectantMeaning: [-fʊl]  adj. 1. expressing extreme contempt 2. having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy. 
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(1) He is highly disdainful of anything to do with the literary establishment.
(2) He is disdainful of danger.
(3) She had an affected air and a disdainful look.
(4) He's disdainful of anyone from America.
(5) She's always been disdainful of people who haven't been to college.
(6) A thin disdainful blonde girl led me up narrow stairs to a room filled completely by a single bed.
(7) In the morning, I paid my disdainful landlady for the use of my room for the rest of the day.
(8) Grandfather was deeply indifferent to the future and disdainful of the successes of his forgotten sons.
(9) They hewed to a narrow ideological range, disdainful of progressives on the left and Patrick Buchanan on the right.
(10) He surfed big conditions with disdainful ease, a slightly meretricious casualness.
(11) Porter is disdainful of professors he believes are incompetent or lazy.
(12) Such was the wondrous power of this disdainful young man.
(13) The financial world has been disdainful of his economic performance partly because it has concentrated on the interests of the poor.
(14) Wendigo: Wise and powerful, aloof and disdainful.
(15) Hsin - mei gave a disdainful snort.
(16) And Morrel dropped his head with disdainful incredulity.
(17) He looked at the leader with a disdainful smile.
(18) The Major gave a disdainful snort.
(19) This was perhaps a somewhat disdainful epitome.
(20) Disdainful, unavoidably cause psychological unbalance, blundering.
(21) The lady dismissed her maid with a disdainful nod.
(22) Edgar cast a disdainful look at his twin.
(23) In general, the attitude of the administration towards congress was disdainful and unsympathetic.
(24) Outside the boutiques were still aglow with heaps of motley flung about the feet of the disdainful assistants.
(25) Otis despised inherited wealth and class, but he despised a town that was disdainful of growth even more.
(26) One eyebrow is nearly obscured by the angle of her beret; the other is raised, bemused and disdainful.
(27) The prevailing attitude among most newsmen andwomen was almost anti-intellectual, disdainful of theoretical discussions and analysis of issues.
(28) All were rooted in the nineteenth-century stance of the artist as critical outsider, disdainful of the niceties of the bourgeoisie.
(29) Scholars who know better are cowed, indifferent or, sotto voce, disdainful.
(30) Here was a hero with icy eyes and a disdainful mouth - typically male!
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