Oraciones con la palabra "scorn"

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1. He eyes her with scorn.
2. She turned on him in scorn.
3. Scorn me and you scorn the.
4. You? the monster said in scorn.
5. But listen! the sad prey to scorn.
6. Is his scorn why beneath the mask.
7. Moratin did not scorn to use this.

8. Dallop, with a touch of scorn at Mr.
9. Lady Jane clicked her tongue in scorn.
10. Scorn and derision never come in tears.
11. The ignoble man will scorn whom he can.
12. I throw back the imputation with scorn.
13. Her bearing was one of indignant scorn.
14. Your scorn is impossible not to absorb.
15. Scorn! would the angels laugh, to mark.
16. John, and I scorn you when you offer it.
17. Fritz eyed them with scorn as he poured.
18. Of fear, but nothing must be held in scorn.
19. The time has come for me to hold in scorn.
20. Thou shalt laugh all the heathen to scorn.
21. I scorn you not; it seems that you scorn me.
22. For what, he asked her, with careful scorn.
23. Grinly looked at him with scorn, ‘We walk.
24. Corrente’s only reply was a look of scorn.
25. This scorn was not offensive to his master.
26. They scorn the best I can do to relate them.
27. Regard with scorn the sickle and the spade;.
28. Safety Pins with not so thinly veiled scorn.
29. Nazi is the white man's neo-N-Word of scorn.
30. Fin! Willow’s voice was full of scorn.
31. By moonshine did these lovers think no scorn.
32. That then I scorn to change my state with kings.
33. Libby reacted angrily to the scorn in his voice.
34. The nobility think scorn to go in leather aprons.
35. His blood boiled and his eyes were full of scorn.
36. Did this arise from scorn or from respect? Marat.
37. She would shrug her shoulders in scorn of his work.
38. Why should you think that I should woo in scorn?
39. Pearl, in utter scorn of her mother's attempt to.
40. He asked the question with some appearance of scorn.
41. Marguerite treated the man to another look of scorn.
42. Others have nothing but scorn for the drivers and.
43. After that night Lex had nothing but scorn for Sean.
44. A pair of sunglasses, he said with clear scorn.
45. He could not scorn her when she was his good friend.
46. Coward, Thomas said, his tone heavy with scorn.
47. The haughty face looked at me once again with scorn.
48. But oh, how I repaid you with laughter and with scorn.
49. The colour in her cheeks deepened at the scorn in his.
50. The Giant looked with scorn at the little Tailor, and.
51. There, he could see only smug cofidence and cool scorn.
52. Guilt flashed across his face, then hatred, then scorn.
53. I scorn the counterfeit sentiment you offer: yes, St.
54. How wonderful it would be to scorn his offer this luxury.
55. They did not know where to turn to escape their own scorn.
56. Cast in the teeth: To insult or scorn someone in their face.
57. Hotel life, which New Yorkers so scorn! A cottage—i.
58. I looked again at this man, bearing shame and bearing scorn.
59. From her sisters she received nothing but scorn and mocking.
60. Slocum! She spoke aloud, and there was scorn in her tone.
61. The object of Uncle Hobart's scorn chose that moment to wake up.
62. Are you crazy? she said, her quiet voice laced with scorn.
63. That I would be practically alone, and bring the scorn of the.
64. The opposition prints throughout the Union laughed it to scorn.
65. I dare say that I lay myself open to a certain amount of scorn.
66. There was the smallest vein of scorn in her words of rejoinder:.
67. He felt as if he had had dirt cast on him amidst shouts of scorn.
68. Wasn’t me, retorted the subject of the old woman’s scorn.
69. I've taught him to scorn everything extra-animal as silly and weak.
70. Faith said nothing, but her eyes flashed golden-brown scorn at Mary.
71. Abi told you stuff? Fenton said, his voice dripping with scorn.
72. I’ve taught him to scorn everything extra-animal as silly and weak.
73. She looked at Tom, alarmed now, but he insisted with magnanimous scorn.
74. Her lip lifted slightly, though there was little scorn, as a rule, in.
75. His face tightened, though whether in anger or scorn, I couldn’t tell.
76. It’s gotten to be a can’t miss show for me, she said with scorn.
77. Reproach: To treat with scorn or contempt; the cause of disgrace and shame.
78. You shall yet laugh to scorn the attacks of all the remainder of the earth.
79. Contemn: To despise with mockery and scorn: or, to hold someone in contempt.
80. She poured wrath, scorn, and flame upon Ramirez, who seemed out of his mind.
81. He entertained towards the Indians of the valley feelings of paternal scorn.
82. One of the patrons, a silver-headed Nord, glared at the man’s evident scorn.
83. A complete " modernista"(he would probably scorn the title of "decadent") is.
84. Scorn, bitterness, unprovoked malignity, gratuitous desire of ill, ridicule of.
85. A brief cold blaze shone from her eyes that spoke volumes of scorn immeasurable.
86. Well, well, it said in a high, fluty voice that contained a hint of scorn.
87. He was beginning to do things for which he had formerly even an excessive scorn.
88. Forever associated with scorn – He is forever known as the King with a stiff-.
89. And yet we find that, when we approach him on this subject, he laughs us to scorn.
90. If such there be, let them be marked as objects of suspicion, scorn, and contempt.
91. My sisters will join me, thank you, Thad, Hayley replied with a touch of scorn.
92. Rubbish! he said to himself, in scorn at the fanciful absurdity of his notion.
93. He had told the mourners that the damsel was not dead, but they laughed him to scorn.
94. She also wept because her whole life was one round of abuse, scorn, insults and blows.
95. That I would be practically alone, and bring the scorn of the religious world upon me.
96. They would at once understand His meaning, and scorn His supposed wickedness and folly.
97. Glamour died, romance withered away; in the clear fire of her uncompromising young scorn.
98. Peculiar situations where you feel pity and you feel scorn at their lack of self-respect.
99. Devine's clouded brain and he stifled a grin as she directed a look of scorn at Llewellyn.
100. Undoubtedly, in his early years he was the recipient of ample doses of scorn and contempt.
1. Mary continued without acknowledging the scorning.
2. Her fiery eyes, not her own eyes, were scorning her old sister.
3. There you experience the consequences of scorning 'book-larning,' as you would say.
4. There you experience the consequence of scorning book-larning, as you would say.
5. It would help if you got rid of all negative, scorning, mocking, belittling stuff that you're exposed to.
6. Jesus spoke of some denying his name, some betraying and scorning him, and eventually his death as a result of it all.
7. Hebrews have died in the cause of religion after enduring torture, more rightly should we younger men die, scorning your cruel.
8. Still, he said, looking at her curiously, there must be something tiresome in having to be scorning somebody all the time.
9. Pro 1:22 How long, ye simple ones, will ye love simplicity? and the scorners delight in their scorning, and fools hate knowledge?
10. Others who were permitted to take the oath, hotly refused to do so, scorning to to take the oath, become citizens again and forget the past.
11. Always the West with strong native persons, the increasing density there, the habitans, friendly, threatening, ironical, scorning invaders;.
12. He once more endeavored to pass the supposed empiric, scorning even the parade of threatening to use the knife, or tomahawk, that was pendent from his belt.
13. At the same time, the snow-ravens spread their wings across the Kingdom of the Air and made the skies their own, scorning the lesser pleasures of the earth.
14. Ellen pushed it in a hill start slightly hurting her wrist and scorning Matthew, but it did start again and remained a mystery as to why it didn’t in the first instance.
15. Scorning a turnstile wheel at her reverend helm, she sported there a tiller; and that tiller was in one mass, curiously carved from the long narrow lower jaw of her hereditary foe.
16. What I felt on hearing that your sister was dying--and dying too, believing me the greatest villain upon earth, scorning, hating me in her latest moments--for how could I tell what horrid projects might not have been imputed? One person I was sure would represent me as capable of any thing-- What I felt was dreadful!--My resolution was soon made, and at eight o'clock this morning I was in my carriage.
17. What I felt on hearing that your sister was dying—and dying too, believing me the greatest villain upon earth, scorning, hating me in her latest moments—for how could I tell what horrid projects might not have been imputed? ONE person I was sure would represent me as capable of any thing— What I felt was dreadful!—My resolution was soon made, and at eight o’clock this morning I was in my carriage.
18. Often after dark, when I was pulling the bellows for Joe, and we were singing Old Clem, and when the thought how we used to sing it at Miss Havisham's would seem to show me Estella's face in the fire, with her pretty hair fluttering in the wind and her eyes scorning me,—often at such a time I would look towards those panels of black night in the wall which the wooden windows then were, and would fancy that I saw her just drawing her face away, and would believe that she had come at last.
19. And the bard all sorrows scorning,.
20. The better class of them, scorning freedom,.
21. Lifted now and always against whoever scorning assumes to rule me,.
1. A woman scorned and all that.
2. She was bitter, and she scorned him.
3. Humph! Scorned the Danava chief.
4. Those who did not conform were scorned.
5. In the day, the burning sun scorned her.
6. I scorned all empire, and that monarchy.
7. Athena hadn’t scorned them, after all.
8. But others laughed and mocked and scorned.
9. With me and Patrick Matthew scorned.
10. Herbie gave a scorned expression and stated.
11. He scorned a cutlass for the long thin blade.
12. He scorned at my loneliness and my depression.
13. He had scorned even to form conjectures about Mr.
14. As a matter of fact, neither do I he scorned.
15. Talk about a woman scorned! Especially an Irish woman.
16. You think a man scorned is any worse than a lady?
17. Today in affluent countries… work is scorned, despised.
18. He was humiliated, whipped, and scorned for each of us, and.
19. Then scorned myself for my weakness and the futility of prayer.
20. Had he ever been a spy himself? No, he scorned the base insinuation.
21. She remembered now with shame how she, too, had scorned the gypsies.
22. He wears a scorned expression as he stares at the steam from the bowl.
23. His attempts to get ahead and prosper are scorned by the other seagulls.
24. He’d scorned her, dismissed her theories as being stupid and unfounded.
25. Here I am facing the mentioned object so desired by women and scorned by men.
26. Place or no place I want them out of here as soon as possible Bridget scorned.
27. Burgandy explained to her daughter that she was scorned and verbally abused by the town.
28. Anything that does not make money is spat upon and scorned and considered to be useless.
29. Ideal justice demands that the vanquished should be exploited, emasculated, and scorned.
30. She tells the empty woods, Never underestimated the determination of a scorned woman.
31. Instead, she was labelled a ‘vindictive scorned woman’ and suffered a nervous breakdown.
32. If you could possibly spare the time I would like to give you some of my money Mark scorned.
33. She didn’t want to end up on the covers of the newspapers as yet another scorned political wife.
34. Bahkælt scorned the idea that these effete southrons would dare show the initiative to do us injury.
35. In most modern humor: cruelty is seen as funny, and love and kindness is scorned and looked down upon.
36. After which, I was hunted down, pursued, persecuted, blackened, jeered at, scorned, cursed, proscribed.
37. He scorned even fame and wealth but he was still unable to escape from the darkest recess of his heart.
38. I can remember vividly times in my own school years of being ridiculed and scorned and how painful it was.
39. Faye looked at her hands folded in her lap, feeling ashamed that she had been scorned by a woman she admired.
40. It is scorned by conventional medicine and for this reason it is not yet systematically studied or researched.
41. It is I who should ask forgiveness, she said, humbly, remembering how often she had scorned his economies.
42. All creativity that does not make a profit… all creativity that does not make money: is spat upon and scorned.
43. And that happy creature rejected the priceless gift, prized it and loved it not, scorned it and remained callous.
44. Angel's wife felt almost as if she had been hounded up that hill like a scorned thing by those—to her—superfine clerics.
45. I clawed at Adrian with all the fury of a woman scorned, called him hurtful, hateful names, then hurled the ring back in his face.
46. The rage changed to a fearful lust to hurt the little man, to outrage him, to hold him up to scorn as Henry Morgan had been scorned.
47. I fell asleep somewhere in the middle of the melodramatic profession of the heroine’s love for the man who had scorned her years ago.
48. If they are publicly, and personally, and universally shunned and scorned: then just maybe they might find out that egoism does not pay.
49. With a single exception, every old Puritan pulpit in Boston and vicinity was in the possession of men who scorned the evangelical creed.
50. Yes; I feel now that I was right when I adhered to principle and law, and scorned and crushed the insane promptings of a frenzied moment.
51. Beliefs and practices that have guaranteed democracy and the rule of law come to be scorned as outdated and useless, and fall into decay.
52. Roebuck did have some sort of a conscience, distorted though it was, and the dictator of savageries Galloway would have scorned to commit.
53. Jesse scorned him, Absolutely not! Put them anywhere you want, but not in the bathroom! I refuse to be recorded in here, is that clear!.
54. However, he did not let her fall, but took advantage of the support of the handrail to imprint a kiss upon her lips—lips in the day-time scorned.
55. With the result, that he is scorned and ridiculed for his wifes infidelities and envied for his professional successes and moneymaking abilities.
56. Ivan said this in a perfect fury, giving him to understand with obvious intention that he scorned any subterfuge or indirectness and meant to show his cards.
57. Both were urged repeatedly to take places in life-boats, but scorned the opportunity, while working against time to save the women aboard the ill-fated ship.
58. A dragon’s power! And you? Do you have the power to fight me? You have nothing! You have scorned me, scorned my help, and here you are—more helpless than a child.
59. But when he accepted his baldness with all his heart, he attributed to it the masculine virtues that he had heard about and scorned as nothing but the fantasies of bald men.
60. Heathcliff, we have each had a commencement, and each stumbled and tottered on the threshold; had our teachers scorned instead of aiding us, we should stumble and totter yet.
61. Does it mean she will not remember tomorrow what she did today but will remember next week, next year or twenty-five years from now? The fact is she remembers that I scorned her.
62. Pre-marital and extra-marital sexual relations were normal and the courtesans like the hetaerae in Ancient Greece were admired and socially accepted and not scorned as in our days.
63. I had been scorned by this woman repeatedly, and even this close to her neck, and hungry as ever, I couldn’t feed off her, even if it was the last time I’d see Levi or her again.
64. Being near naked in front of Marcus wasn't to my liking and I goaded Nancy into clawing and scratching with all the fury of a woman scorned, but she was no match against his strength.
65. That their honesty reveals every vulnerable thing, every sensitive thing they are curious about… and that all curiosity and sensitivity is ignored, laughed-at, derided, scorned, and spat on.
66. They wanted genuine intimacy, but they could not get even normally near to anyone, because they scorned to take the first steps, they scorned the triviality which forms common human intercourse.
67. That was when I learned that, in America, you don't reveal the ending of the movie, and if you do, you will be scorned and made to apologize profusely for having committed the sin of Spoiling the End.
68. The same ladies from fine families who at first had scorned and ridiculed her for being an upstart without a name went out of their way to make her feel like one of them, and she intoxicated them with her charm.
69. Hidden from view, shrouded in mystery, scorned by the uninformed, seasonals, as they are known to the initiated, can give you real insights into that hidden hand that seems to move market prices of commodities.
70. Thus it came about that the town major, coming along later, found the whole party sleeping on the stairs and in passages, and the telegraphist (who scorned this chance of escape) very busy clicking the key of the transmitter.
71. I had the vague awareness that Indians tended to spiritualism and mysticism which I dismissed and scorned just as I dismissed and scorned our own Christian religious beliefs and rituals and what little I knew of the Muslim faith.
72. It’s not that I was feeling my heart beat more keenly, à la Scorsese, but, like the academics I’d scorned at the conference, I, too, was now leaning forward in my chair, with the closest my face can come to a beatific expression.
73. Both by nature and principle, he was superior to the mean gratification of vengeance: he had forgiven me for saying I scorned him and his love, but he had not forgotten the words; and as long as he and I lived he never would forget them.
74. They only knew that Scarlett’s father had been a great slave owner, her mother a Robillard of Savannah and their opening wedge into the old society they wished to enter, the society which scorned her husband was Rhett Butler of Charleston.
75. How many lower class males feel shame because their own social females are such hypocritical social climbers: that they are snubbed and scorned and ignored? Until this cultural poison has spread into a blind public snobbery of all girls towards all males.
76. She scorned her trust in her husband, and the beautiful qualities of confidence and belief grew to appear as the most pitiable dupes—a rage of humiliation filled her as she realized her blindness during the most poignant moments of her husband’s treachery.
77. Sadly, owing to the faux-surrender popularised by pop Christianity, jailhouse conversions and twelve step programs, this vital and necessary growth stage has fallen into disrepute and is widely scorned as the desperate act of the stupid, the frightened and the weak.
78. Standing alone in the world,—alone, as to any dependence on society, and with little Pearl to be guided and protected,—alone, and hopeless of retrieving her position, even had she not scorned to consider it desirable,—she cast away the fragments of a broken chain.
79. For accepting the love of the righteous together with the impossibility of repaying it, by this submissiveness and the effect of this humility, they will attain at last, as it were, to a certain semblance of that active love which they scorned in life, to something like its outward expression.
80. Small things that stung now: all the times I’d scorned her kindness by rolling my eyes or physically recoiled in response to her touch; the time I’d said, Aren’t you amazed to see how much more sophisticated I am at twenty-one than you were? The thought of my youthful lack of humility made me nauseous now.
81. Thus acquiesced by the colluding partners to share the spoils of power, she began ruling the country through proxy, and as if to validate William Congreve’s Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned / Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned, she made Mother India pay the price for that ‘indigestible’ political slight by her children.
82. Rochester: I could not unlove him now, merely because I found that he had ceased to notice me—because I might pass hours in his presence, and he would never once turn his eyes in my direction—because I saw all his attentions appropriated by a great lady, who scorned to touch me with the hem of her robes as she passed; who, if ever her dark and imperious eye fell on me by chance, would withdraw it instantly as from an object too mean to merit observation.
83. He loved deeply, he was hated; he adored, he was scorned; he wooed a wild beast, he pleaded with marble, he pursued the wind, he cried to the wilderness, he served ingratitude, and for reward was made the prey of death in the mid-course of life, cut short by a shepherdess whom he sought to immortalise in the memory of man, as these papers which you see could fully prove, had he not commanded me to consign them to the fire after having consigned his body to the earth.
84. So that on a morning when she awoke in high spirits she would raze the clothes closets, empty the trunks, tear apart the attics, and wage a war of separation against the piles of clothing that had been seen once too often, the hats she had never worn because there had been no occasion to wear them while they were still in fashion, the shoes copied by European artists from those used by empresses for their coronations, and which were scorned here by highborn ladies because they were identical to the ones that black women bought at the market to wear in the house.
85. As though Jesus has said: 'In embracing my cause, now unpopular, now scorned and rejected by the world, the chief priests and rulers, you may be called upon to part with something dear to you as a member of your body; some dear friend may turn coldly from you and forsake you; it may be like severing a limb from the body; like cutting off a hand, or plucking out an eye; yet, better to enter into life thus maimed; better to cherish the hope of everlasting life at this great sacrifice, than to reject the truth, and remain in a state of unbelief and moral blindness' D.
86. The Motion Picture industry has enjoyed a long running fetish with strong, physically intimidating women routinely beating up on or otherwise skillfully out-maneuvering the obnoxious designs of pretentious, self-centered males filled with a heightened sense of their (own) self-importance; convenient foils portrayed as anachronistic, insensitive, chauvinistic types deserving an occasional thrashing every so often from women scorned or in response to inopportune or unsolicited (sexual) banterings or harmless wisecracks intended to make a definitive statement about strong women coming of age.
87. Miniver scorned the gold he sought,.
88. Let alone the intention to denigrate women, which, finally, only shows up mean, unsubtle male chauvinist pigs, as the current expression goes, who are not only scorned by the tender sex but are unable to appreciate their myriad qualities and defects,.
1. And scorns the others’ cause.
2. But spirit scorns it, and is free.
3. So Fate that ever scorns to grant.
4. Surely he scorns the scorners: but he gives grace unto the lowly.
5. It is his intimate enemy—he grudgingly relies on it for feedback but scorns it when it acts as a mirror or sounding board.
6. He scorns the scorners but He gives grace to the lowly the wise shall inherit glory but shame shall be the promotion of fools.
7. The critical theorist scorns logic and reason as weapons of persecution wielded by “white male trash” designed for the “hegemonistic suppression” of females and minorities.
8. I beg to be excused for asking him (for I know he scorns submission as much as any man) if submission will pay the public debt? To that gentleman's acute and comprehensive mind, the deleterious consequences of the present system of the belligerents to our interests, must be glowing, self-evident.
9. For baseness of the spirit scorns,.
10. For who would bear the whips and scorns of time,.

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contempt scorn despite disdain reject spurn contemn despise

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