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disdain
(v)
diss-DANE
Meaning

view with scorn or contempt; despise

1st Sample Sentence

I disdain you too much to feel any anger at your petty and vulgar insults.

Synonyms

belittle, denigrate, deride, disdain, disparage, revile, vilify

Antonyms

venerate

Mnemonics

1 to have no respect for someone or something, because you think they are not important or good enough * Childcare was seen as women's work, and men disdained it. 2 disdain to do something: to refuse to do something because you are too proud to do it * Butler disdained to reply.

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