In fact, Zuckerberg derisively showed a slide of a search coming up with 10 blue links, a not-at-all-veiled reference to Google.
She derisively writes, “[T]he only thing politicians fear more than losing donations is losing elections.”
That favor, derisively known as the "Cornhusker Kickback," was eliminated from the bill.
They loved to derisively call him the “genius,” as if it were an appellation that La Russa had given himself.
In 2007, then Senator Obama had to apologize for a campaign memo that derisively referred to Senator Clinton as “(D-Punjab)”.
Wicked little boys over at K——— have now and then derisively advised me to follow my nose.
They still pursued what Davie derisively called “their studies.”
He set his arms akimbo and eyed me derisively, his thick-set frame planted squarely before me.
"Your hero seems none so heroic after all," he said derisively to the Governor.
“You are just making up the whole thing,” she said derisively.