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disdain

Meaning: tr
hafife almak, küçümsemek
Tom is proud as a peacock and considers others with disdain.
Tom didn't notice the look of disdain on Mary's face.
Sri Lankan residents, for example, might look away when speaking to an officer, he said, as a sign of respect, not disdain.
I enjoyed myself exceedingly, not disdaining the supper, everything being most delicious.
I have a great fear of being disdained by those I love and care about.
The choice of Paris, and her charms disdained, / the hateful race, the lawless honours ta'en / by ravished Ganymede – these wrongs remained.
In a calmer mood she could have carried off the situation with a laugh but now that was impossible; so she ignored it in icy disdain.
Joyful let the soul be in the present, let it disdain to trouble about what is beyond and temper bitterness with a laugh. Nothing is blessed forever.
He disdained bribery.
Now too, with shouts of fury and disdain / to see the maiden rescued, here and there / the Danaans gathering round us, charge amain; / fierce-hearted Ajax, the Atridan pair, / and all Thessalia's host our scanty band o'erbear.
Added on 2015-11-04 | by m2gin | View: 422

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