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full of scorn; derisive; contemptuous: He smiled in a scornful way.
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The Scornful Lady - Wikipedia


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


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


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


'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


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

scornful Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary


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

scornful - Wiktionary


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