there was a note of scorn in her voice.
You've no right to scorn a poor girl.
He scorned my help.
She scorned to tell a lie.
He thinks it scorn to lie.
Bill would think scorn of such a thing.
she anticipated scorn on her return to the theatre.
she tried to inject scorn into her tone.
a scandal and a scorn to all who look on thee.
the minister scorned Labour's attempt to woo voters.
a letter scorning his offer of intimacy.
The losers' scorn for the award is pure sour grapes.
She scorned the view that inflation was already beaten.
She poured scorn on his plans to get rich quickly.
They laughed us to scorn, and despised us.
Franklin shared the family's scorn for his wife's new friends.