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Sentences with disdain. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use disdain in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for disdain.

  • Men disdain to plead theirs. (10)
  • Her unexpressed disdain was ruffling. (10)
  • I disdain to chronicle such victories. (10)
  • Her superb disdain nettled the Countess. (10)
  • Disdain prevented any further notice of her. (10)
  • Ineffable disdain curled off her sweet olive visage. (10)
  • She was not going to disdain anything that might help. (8)
  • The unbending Harriet did not conceal her disdain of him. (10)
  • One perplexity, however, arose, which the gentlemen did not disdain. (4)
  • Those who made a hero of him were sure he would treat her with disdain. (10)
  • Pericles affected disdain of any success which Vittoria had yet achieved. (10)
  • Her manifest disdain at his last speech, said as much to everybody present. (10)
  • Anne sighed and blushed and smiled, in pity and disdain, either at her friend or herself. (4)
  • To disclose the name of his latest purchases would be like walking into the jaws of disdain. (8)
  • It was but a stepping aside, a disdain of defending herself, and a wrapping herself in her dignity. (10)
  • She knew at least how to give her going the effect of quitting the place with disdain and abhorrence. (9)
  • The ladies proclaimed it a mere material test; Diana, gazing on sunny sea, with an especial disdain. (10)
  • She tossed it back to him with prompt disdain and a deeply eye-lashed glance at a napkin on her right. (9)
  • We who are lowly born do not know such gestures, and disdain to take refuge in polite irresponsibility. (12)
  • I was about to disdain to reply, when I saw an old man approaching, with bowed head, apparently in deep distress. (7)
  • In the peace of his disdain, Sun and rain, and rain and sun, Cherished men to wax again, Crawl, and in their manner die. (10)
  • Not with any disdain, with no passion: such a line as she herself pursued she indicated to him on a neighbouring parallel. (10)
  • You will hear a good deal of shrewdness, and, as their Lordships do not altogether disdain pleasantry, a fair proportion of dry fun. (2)
  • She wondered at herself too for thinking of resentment and disdain in relation to the familiar commonplaces of licenced impertinence. (10)
  • And in the first place he made no attempt to disdain it because it was nothing but artful and heavy-handed, after the mediaeval pattern. (10)
  • As to connexion, there Emma was perfectly easy; persuaded, that after all his own vaunted claims and disdain of Harriet, he had done nothing. (4)
  • There is a disdainful attitude in the presence of Folly, partaking of the foolishness to Comic perception: and anger is not much less foolish than disdain. (10)
  • Some Hunnish grandeur pertained to her appearance, and partly excused the infatuated wretch who shivered at her disdain and exulted over her beauty and artfulness. (10)

Also see sentences for: arrogance, contempt, derision, detestation, haughtiness, mockery, rejection.

Definition of disdain:

  • disdain, dis-dn’, v.t. to think unworthy: to reject as unsuitable: to scorn. | n. a feeling of scorn or aversion: haughtiness. | adjs. disdained’ (_shak._), disdainful; disdain’ful. | adv. disdain’fully. | n. disdain’fulness. (0)

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