Contemn

• (v. t.) To view or treat with contempt, as mean and despicable; to reject with disdain; to despise; to scorn.
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contemn

despise verb look down on with disdain; `He despises the people he has to work for`; `The professor scorns the students who don`t catch on immediately`
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Contemn

Con·temn' (kŏn*tĕm') transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Contemned (- tĕmd); present participle & verbal noun Contemning (-tĕm'nĭng or -tĕm'ĭng).] [ Latin contemnere
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contemn

contemn, contemns, contemning, contemned 1. To view with contempt; to despise. 2. From Middle English contempnen, 'to slight', from Latin contemnere: com-, 'with' plus temnere, 'to despise'.
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contemn

to despise or scorn
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contemn

to scorn or despise 
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contemn

[v] - look down on with disdain
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