Disdain in a Sentence
Disdain - Definition
lack of respect with a feeling of dislike
Use Disdain in a sentence
Pacifists are likely to disdain my right to gun ownership.
I have an utter disdain for people that want something for nothing.
The mother was in complete disdain after finding out her son failed the sixth grade again.
The woman looked at her male abuser with disdain as he walked into the courtroom.
I have so much disdain for cheaters.
You risk disdain and banishment from your parents by getting pregnant at age 14.
If you disdain the American Government so much, then why don't you move to China?
It is evident from the media coverage that New York protesters have great disdain for Wall Street.
Discovering that I didn't really win a million dollars would leave me in disdain.
You should not disdain handicap people based on their disabilities.
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