Scorn



noun
1.
open or unqualified contempt; disdain:
His face and attitude showed the scorn he felt.
2.
an object of derision or contempt.
3.
a derisive or contemptuous action or speech.
verb (used with object)
4.
to treat or regard with contempt or disdain:
They scorned the old beggar.
5.
to reject, refuse, or ignore with contempt or disdain:
She scorned my help.
verb (used without object)
6.
to mock; jeer.
Idioms
7.
laugh to scorn, to ridicule; deride:
Her good advice was laughed to scorn.
noun
1.
open contempt or disdain for a person or thing; derision
2.
an object of contempt or derision
3.
(archaic) an act or expression signifying contempt
verb
4.
to treat with contempt or derision
5.
(transitive) to reject with contempt

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    noun 1. open or unqualified contempt; disdain: His face and attitude showed the scorn he felt. 2. an object of derision or contempt. 3. a derisive or contemptuous action or speech. verb (used with object) 4. to treat or regard with contempt or disdain: They scorned the old beggar. 5. to reject, refuse, or ignore […]



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