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scornĀ·ful
[skawrn-fuhl]
ADJECTIVE
1.
full of scorn; derisive; contemptuous: He smiled in a scornful way.
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The Scornful Lady - Wikipedia

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The Scornful Lady is a Jacobean era stage play, a comedy written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, and first published in 1616, the year of Beaumont's  ...

scornful - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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A scornful remark is full of contempt, disdain, or — as you might imagine — scorn. Your obsessively fashionable friends might be scornful of others who don't ...

Scornful | Definition of Scornful by Merriam-Webster

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Define scornful: feeling or showing scorn — scornful in a sentence.

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Scornful definition, full of scorn; derisive; contemptuous: He smiled in a scornful way. See more.

scornful - definition of scornful in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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'the opposition were scornful of the Prime Minister's proposal'. 'scornful laughter'. More example sentences. 'Kant was critical of every other view, scornful, ...

scornful definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary

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Define scornful and get synonyms. What is scornful? scornful meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

scornful Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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scornful definition, meaning, what is scornful: showing or feeling scorn for someone or something: . Learn more.

scornful - Wiktionary

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scornful (comparative more scornful, superlative most scornful). Showing scorn or disrespect; contemptuous. [quotations ▽]. 1907, Robert W[illiam] Chambers, ...