disdainfully

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{a} with haughty scorn, proudly
in a proud and domineering manner; "he treated his staff cavalierly
in a proud and domineering manner; "he treated his staff cavalierly"
contemptuously, scornfully, haughtily
In a disdainful manner
without respect; in a disdainful manner; "she spoke of him contemptuously"
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To be indignant or offended

When the chefe prestes and scribes sawe, the marveylles that he dyd , they desdayned, and sayde unto hym: hearest thou what these saye?.

disdain
To regard (someone or something) with strong contempt
disdain
A feeling of contempt or scorn

The cat viewed the cheap supermarket catfood with disdain and stalked away.

disdainful
Showing contempt or scorn; having a pronounced lack of concern for others viewed as unworthy

She glimpsed at the people whom she had left behind, and smirked in the most disdainful manner towards them.

disdainful
contemptuous
disdain
{n} scorn, haughtiness, pride, indignation
disdain
{v} to scorn, despite, slight, reject, hate
disdainful
{a} scornful, haughty, lofty, proud
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To be filled with scorn; to feel contemptuous anger; to be haughty
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If you disdain someone or something, you regard them with disdain. Jackie disdained the servants that her millions could buy. a complete lack of respect that you show for someone or something because you think they are not important or good enough with disdain
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That which is worthy to be disdained or regarded with contempt and aversion
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If you feel disdain for someone or something, you dislike them because you think that they are inferior or unimportant. Janet looked at him with disdain = contempt, scorn
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{i} contempt, scorn
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look down on with disdain; "He despises the people he has to work for"; "The professor scorns the students who don't catch on immediately"
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To think unworthy; to deem unsuitable or unbecoming; as, to disdain to do a mean act
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{f} look with scorn on, spurn, belittle; refuse in disdain
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lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike; "he was held in contempt"; "the despite in which outsiders were held is legendary"
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The state of being despised; shame
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A feeling of contempt and aversion; the regarding anything as unworthy of or beneath one; scorn
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To reject as unworthy of one's self, or as not deserving one's notice; to look with scorn upon; to scorn, as base acts, character, etc
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reject with contempt; "She spurned his advances"
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a communication that indicates lack of respect by patronizing the recipient
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{s} contemptuous, scornful
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expressing extreme contempt
disdainful
Showing contempt or scorn. Having a pronounced lack of concern for others viewed as unworthy
disdainful
To be disdainful means to dislike something or someone because you think they are unimportant or not worth your attention. He is highly disdainful of anything to do with the literary establishment = scornful, contemptuous + disdainfully dis·dain·ful·ly `We know all about you,' she said disdainfully. showing that you do not respect someone or something, because you think that they are not important or good enough
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Full of disdain; expressing disdain; scornful; contemptuous; haughty
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disdainful
having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy; "some economists are disdainful of their colleagues in other social disciplines"; "haughty aristocrats"; "his lordly manners were offensive"; "walked with a prideful swagger"; "very sniffy about breaches of etiquette"; "his mother eyed my clothes with a supercilious air"; "shaggy supercilious camels"; "a more swaggering mood than usual"- W L Shirer
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