(n.) Extreme and lofty contempt; haughty disregard; that disdain which springs from the opinion of the utter meanness and unworthiness of an object.
(n.) An act or expression of extreme contempt.
(n.) An object of extreme disdain, contempt, or derision.
(n.) To hold in extreme contempt; to reject as unworthy of regard; to despise; to contemn; to disdain.
(n.) To treat with extreme contempt; to make the object of insult; to mock; to scoff at; to deride.
(v. i.) To scoff; to mock; to show contumely, derision, or reproach; to act disdainfully.
(1) Facebook Twitter Pinterest Bannon scorns media in rare public appearance at CPAC Some observers suggested the move to block some organisations from the Friday briefing was an attempt to distract the public from controversial stories.
(2) There they are, drinking again.’” Harper is a loner – a suburban boy who went trainspotting with his dad; whose asthma stopped him playing ice hockey That scorn appears to have interrupted the clever student’s journey to the top of the class.
(3) Tayyab Mahmood Jafri, part of the large team of prosecution lawyers, heaped scorn on yet another discovery of explosives.
(4) She won’t apologize for whatever makes the New York Times treat her with middle-school levels of petty scorn .
(5) Ranjana Kumari, one of India's best known women's rights activists and director of the Centre for Social Research in Delhi, was scornful of Raghuvanshi's suggestion.
(6) And at the same time, speaking to black America, he branded Frazier an Uncle Tom, turning him into an object of derision and scorn.
(7) If the Westminster gang reneges on the pledges made in the campaign, they will discover that hell hath no fury like this nation scorned.” “We have never been an ordinary political party,” Salmond told his audience.
(8) Click here to view In The Other Woman, Cameron Diaz , Leslie Mann and Kate Upton team up to declare an all-out, scorched-earth War Of The Scorned Blondes against philandering husband Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
(9) And also leave aside the fact that the vast majority of so-called "national security professionals" have been disastrously wrong about virtually everything of significance over the last decade at least, including when most of them used their platforms and influence not only to persuade others to support the greatest crime of our generation - the aggressive attack on Iraq - but also to scorn war opponents as too Unserious to merit attention.
(10) Asking Alexander how genuine Hunt’s commitment to the NHS is, given his always having an NHS badge in his left lapel and regular praise of its staff, draws a scornful response: “I was quite struck by Dr Clare Gerada’s tweet about the junior doctors dispute, where she said: ‘Jeremy Hunt wears his NHS badge on his lapel, but junior doctors wear the NHS in their hearts.’ ” Plans to dissolve south London NHS trust anger neighbouring hospital Read more Hunt is one of the few senior figures in parliament who already knows what an effective opponent Alexander can be.
(11) Simpson, Semmelweis, Lister, and Ogston all found their ideas scorned by members of the profession, which may have feared being held responsible for deaths.
(12) When President Obama stands up and says - as he did when he addressed the nation in February 2011 about Libya - that "the United States will continue to stand up for freedom, stand up for justice, and stand up for the dignity of all people", it should trigger nothing but a scornful fit of laughter, not credulous support (by the way, not that anyone much cares any more, but here's what is happening after the Grand Success of the Libya Intervention: "Tribal and historical loyalties still run deep in Libya, which is struggling to maintain central government control in a country where armed militia wield real power and meaningful systems of law and justice are lacking after the crumbling of Gaddafi's eccentric personal rule").
(13) I called for a ban after San Bernardino, and was met with great scorn and anger but now, many are saying I was right to do so,” he boasted.
(14) I’m certain he, Ben Stiller and Alexander Payne were all justified in their scorn.
(15) Indeed, it may never be possible to establish beyond reasonable doubt who really created bitcoin.” Techcrunch.com reported the tech community was “pouring scorn” on reports that Wright is Nakamoto.
(16) Sceptics pour scorn on what this third Scotland stands for, but its political agenda is clear.
(17) We are probably more of an oil company today than we were [when Lord Browne ran the company until 2007],” Morrell said, adding that Browne had received “a lot of scorn from our colleagues” for his acceptance of climate science.
(18) This is why my Twitter and Facebook feeds – which consist mostly of people who brew, sell or drink beer – are scornful when I announce I'm working a one-off shift in the Rose and Crown, in Stoke Newington, north London.
(19) American right-wingers were sceptical and scornful.
(20) However, this evidence may have appeared stronger to the City of London police, HMRC and the Crown Prosecution Service when they first brought the charges than it did during the case, coming after revelations of phone-hacking and News Corporation's closure of the News of the World, which allowed Redknapp to continually express scorn and retort that he "did not have to tell the truth" to "that newspaper".
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(1) In January, West Coast Capital (USC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Sports Direct, entered a “pre-pack” administration whereby the business was shorn of some staff and debts and then immediately bought back by another division of Sports Direct.
(2) The plasma insulin concentration was significantly reduced during NA treatment in the unshorn group, but was unchanged in shorn animals.
(3) Cooling of expired air would be expected to lead to recovery of some of the water evaporated during inspiration; at 20 degrees C air temperature, this fraction was estimated to be 25% in unshorn sheep and 36% in shorn sheep.
(4) The concentration of oxygen and carbon dioxide in blood was significantly higher in shorn animals during saline infusion, but this difference between shorn and unshorn groups was removed by NA infusion.
(5) Under temperatures > 25 degrees C, sheep presented a decrease of RBC, WBC, HB and HT, these differences being greater in the shorn than in the unshorn animals.
(6) All animals were observed four times, then shorn and observed four times again.
(7) But it would have been oh so different if Atlético had a keeper shorn of the sort of skill and reflexes that have made Thibaut Courtois one of the best, as well as one of the most sought-after, young goalkeepers in the game.
(8) In all genetic constructions the male, older and shorn animals had a significantly higher (alpha less than 0.05) blood level of glutathione.
(9) Nerves infected a United team shorn of their strutting leader and they allowed Blackburn to creep over the line for the title.
(10) There was no significant difference between shorn and unshorn animals in the contribution of glucose to CO2 output or in the proportion of glucose entry rate oxidized.
(11) There was a 47% increase in glucose oxidation rate in shorn ewes but there was no significant difference in the proportion of total heat production which was derived from glucose.
(12) Whole-body, hind-limb and uterine tissue metabolism of glucose was studied using a combination of isotopic and arterio-venous difference techniques in shorn and unshorn pregnant sheep over the final 4 weeks of pregnancy.
(13) England – like Wales, Scotland, Ireland – shorn of imperial overhang (after the Syrian vote no idle fantasy perhaps) and infused with a new sense of possibility could also be a smaller, smarter state, if that's what the people wanted.
(14) In a number of experiments on shorn animals scrotal heating was continued for more than 100 min.
(15) The hills of Britain have been sheepwrecked – stripped of their vegetation, emptied of wildlife, shorn of their capacity to hold water and carbon – all in the cause of minuscule productivity.
(16) This effect may be mediated via a significant rise in plasma T3 concentration in the shorn group.
(17) Quarterback Russell Wilson – shorn of his best weapon after Percy Harvin left the game with a concussion – completed just nine of 18 passes for 103 yards.
(18) It would be a Tory government, quite possibly led by Boris Johnson and backed by Nigel Farage, that would negotiate the worst of all worlds: a free market free-for-all shorn of rights and protections.
(19) On the cash-strapped Independent, they worry the money will dry up if Lebedev is jailed, while Evening Standard staff wonder how the local TV station is going to be rustled up out of an operation that has already been shorn of all journalistic fat.
(20) Shorn of the moral framework that once guided anti-imperialists, shaped by black-and-white values that in their mind possess divine approval, driven by a sense of rage about non-Muslims and a belief in an existential struggle between Islam and the west, jihadis have come to inhabit a different moral universe, in which they are to commit the most inhuman of acts and view them as righteous.