Scorn

Terjemahan dari scorn
nomina
cemooh
scorn, ridicule, derision, insult, waggery, mockery
cibiran
scorn, contempt
penghinaan
insult, humiliation, contempt, disdain, affront, scorn
caci maki
scorn, abuse, invective, obscenities, insult, contumely
cerca
lambasting, revilement, scorn, invective, snapper, reprimand
rasa jijik
contempt, revulsion, repulsion, aversion, scunner, scorn
kecimus
scorn
verba
memandang rendah
look down, despise, scorn, disdain, underrate, smile
mencemoohkan
flout, mock, scoff, sneer, scorn, deride
menolak
refuse, reject, resist, deny, decline, scorn
Definisi scorn
nomina
the feeling or belief that someone or something is worthless or despicable; contempt.
I do not wish to become the object of scorn
sinonim: contempt, derision, contemptuousness, disdain, derisiveness, mockery, sneering
verba
feel or express contempt or derision for.
I was routinely ridiculed and scorned by conservatives and liberals alike
sinonim: deride, hold in contempt, treat with contempt, pour/heap scorn on, look down on, look down one’s nose at, disdain, curl one’s lip at, mock, scoff at, sneer at, jeer at, laugh at, laugh out of court, disparage, slight, dismiss, thumb one’s nose at, turn one’s nose up at
Sinonim
 nomina
  • contempt, derision, contemptuousness, disdain, derisiveness, mockery, sneering
  • contempt
  • disdain, contempt, despite
verba
  • deride, hold in contempt, treat with contempt, pour/heap scorn on, look down on, look down one’s nose at, disdain, curl one’s lip at, mock, scoff at, sneer at, jeer at, laugh at, laugh out of court, disparage, slight, dismiss, thumb one’s nose at, turn one’s nose up at
  • spurn, rebuff, reject, ignore, shun, snub
  • spurn, disdain, pooh-pooh, turn down, freeze off, reject
  • despise, disdain, contemn
Lebih sedikit sinonim
Contoh
  • Tailin stiffened at the scorn in the woman’s voice.
  • She is an incredible artist who has endured public derision and scorn for well over a decade.
  • He reserves special scorn for academic leaders who have debased the academy by pretending that fields like hospitality and gaming studies have a place at university.
  • My voice was filled with scorn for him and his threats.
  • a scandal and a scorn to all who look on thee
  • I had taught him well; he showed no respect or scorn for the royal family.
  • a scandal and a scorn to all who look on thee
  • In fact, the reason I remember this particular presentation at all is the scorn , contempt, and derision that followed.
  • Whether online or off, the kind of accessible and widely read work that brings an academic public recognition is likely to draw the scorn and suspicion of his colleagues.
  • He reserves most of his scorn for the film-makers of his own generation who, as he sees it, betray their own talent.
  • Even the junior senator from North Carolina felt obliged to express her scorn for these malefactors of great wealth.
  • In many inner-city neighbourhoods, children emulate gangster culture and profess scorn for those who succeed in school.
  • What I hope is the people of Gravesham show their scorn for him by not going to his show.
  • As much as I valued the path of Eastern spirituality and meditation, I was uncomfortable with its subtlescorn for the physical world.
  • His passionate advocacy has earned him the love of coma-affected families, and the scorn of the medical profession in equal measure.
  • Beaten and bruised, he patiently endures the ridicule and scorn heaped upon him.
  • That they are able to pour out their scorn for the West is a rather good demonstration of the freedom of speech they enjoy.
  • While the commercial provided exposure, it drew the scorn of genuine punkers.
  • He has the dubious distinction of being the first object of scorn for most people after they develop their literary palate beyond the 6th grade level.
  • As he read it, the scorn faded from his face, leaving him intent.
  • But U.S. media coverage matched the bipartisan refusal by leaders in Congress to do anything butscorn the offer.
  • I do not wish to become the object of scorn
  • Such high-minded scorn for the ’90s and the general affluence and calm they represented is an eminently understandable sentiment.
  • The more I have come to feel this way the more I’ve tried not to express scorn for things that do not catch my attention but that obviously mean a great deal to others.
  • If the right-wingers disdain Lincoln for being too aggressively antislavery, the left-wingers scorn him for not being antislavery enough.
  • a general scorn for human life
  • I do not wish to become the object of scorn
  • The ESPA made an effort to include art forms like comics and zines specifically because they’ve been scorned by the mainstream.
  • After scorning the bright lights of Los Angeles for years in favour of the wilds of an 800-acre ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, he is suddenly Mr Hollywood.
  • If you had told me when I was the tender age of 15 that I would have this kind of life I would have laughed and scorned you.

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