Found 3 items, similar to scorn.
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n 1: lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike;
“he was held in contempt”
; “the despite in which
outsiders were held is legendary”
2: open disrespect for a person or thing [syn: contempt
v 1: look down on with disdain; “He despises the people he has to
; “The professor scorns the students who don't
catch on immediately”
2: reject with contempt; “She spurned his advances”
, freeze off
, turn down
English → English
(sk[^o]rn), n. [OE. scorn, scarn, scharn, OF.
escarn, escharn, eschar, of German origin; cf. OHG. skern
mockery, skern[=o]n to mock; but cf. also OF. escorner to
1. Extreme and lofty contempt; haughty disregard; that
disdain which springs from the opinion of the utter
meanness and unworthiness of an object.
Scorn at first makes after love the more. --Shak.
And wandered backward as in scorn,
To wait an [ae]on to be born. --Emerson.
2. An act or expression of extreme contempt.
Every sullen frown and bitter scorn
But fanned the fuel that too fast did burn.
3. An object of extreme disdain, contempt, or derision.
Thou makest us a reproach to our neighbors, a scorn
and a derision to them that are round about us.
To think scorn
, to regard as worthy of scorn or contempt;
to disdain. “He thought scorn to lay hands on Mordecai
--Esther iii. 6.
To laugh to scorn
, to deride; to make a mock of; to
ridicule as contemptible.
Syn: Contempt; disdain; derision; contumely; despite; slight;
(sk[^o]rn), v. i.
To scoff; to mock; to show contumely, derision, or reproach;
to act disdainfully.
He said mine eyes were black and my hair black,
And, now I am remembered, scorned at me. --Shak.
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Scorned
(sk[^o]rnd); p. pr.
& vb. n. Scoring
.] [OE. scornen, scarnen, schornen, OF.
escarnir, escharnir. See Scorn
1. To hold in extreme contempt; to reject as unworthy of
regard; to despise; to contemn; to disdain.
I scorn thy meat; 't would choke me. --Shak.
This my long sufferance, and my day of grace,
Those who neglect and scorn shall never taste.
We scorn what is in itself contemptible or
disgraceful. --C. J. Smith.
2. To treat with extreme contempt; to make the object of
insult; to mock; to scoff at; to deride.
His fellow, that lay by his bed's side,
Gan for to laugh, and scorned him full fast.
To taunt and scorn you thus opprobriously. --Shak.
Syn: To contemn; despise; disdain. See Contemn