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Sentence count:121+16 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-08-11Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: contemncontemptdespisedespitedisdainfreeze offpooh-poohrejectspurnturn downSimilar words: scorearound the cornerhornsubornborn ofscopemorningattorneyMeaning: [skɔrn /skɔːn]  n. 1. lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike 2. open disrespect for a person or thing. v. 1. look down on with disdain 2. reject with contempt. 
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(1) Silence is the most perfect expression of scorn
(2) He felt scorn for his working-class parents.
(3) The artist looked at her with scorn.
(4) You've no right to scorn a poor girl.
(5) She reserved her most withering scorn for journalists.
(6) He looked at me with scorn.
(7) Her fellow teachers greeted her proposal with scorn .
(8) They had nothing but scorn for his political views.
(9) He had nothing but scorn for my ideas.
(10) Researchers greeted the proposal with scorn.
(11) Franklin shared the family's scorn for his wife's new friends.
(12) She was treated with scorn and ridicule by her colleagues when she applied for the job.
(13) She was unable to hide the scorn in her voice.
(14) She has nothing but scorn for the new generation of politicians.
(15) He stared with some scorn at his interviewers.
(16) Many women scorn the use of make-up.
(17) Bill would think scorn of such a thing.
(18) His poetry was the object of scorn.
(19) She expressed her scorn for the rules.
(20) He thinks it scorn to lie.
(21) She was the scorn of her classmates.
(22) He swung from mere indifference to outright scorn.
(23) They laughed us to scorn , and despised us.
(24) Rachel looked at me with scorn.
(25) We hold Peter in high scorn.
(26) Abuse and scorn were heaped on the proposals.
(27) Abuse and scorn were heaped upon the new tax.
(28) They have become what they profess to scorn.
(29) It is fashionable these days to pour scorn on those in public life.
(30) Death, old age, are words without a meaning, that pass by us like the idle air which we regard not. Others may have undergone, or may still be liable to them--we "bear a charmed life", which laughs to scorn all such sickly fancies. As in setting out on delightful journey, we strain our eager gaze forward.
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