That punyschment suld be appointed for suche as dissobeyid or contemned the Superintendentes in thair functioun.
Was this the man who contemned the whole English peasantry, colliers especially?
I fear his mastery of us, and we shall be contemned—objects for the red finger of scorn.'
In these sentiments I grew, hated and abhorring, despising and contemned.
If a man habitually sate down to luncheon, and ate it through, he was contemned as unversed in the science of feeding.
Here is told of Beowulf, and how he was contemned in his youth, and is now grown so renowned.
But ordinarily among men in general, in every age, the state of single life has been looked down upon and contemned.
His life he contemned in comparison of the libertie of speech.
Could he make new friends here where the cartoons he drew and the Post that printed them had been contemned, if not despised?
God is contemned by them that think they are behind his back.