Finally, excited by the rites of Bacchus, one of them exclaimed, "See yonder our despiser!"
This Ameres, whom the people regard as so holy, is at heart a despiser of the gods.
Neither am I a despiser of woman, since I love, and am loved, of one who would bear the prize from all the ladies in the land.
The man was a leveller, a chartist, a positivist—a despiser of dignities!
He is intensely proud of his caste, a despiser of his Christian fellow-townsmen.
To be exposed in the midst of his misery to the scorn of a despiser of his art was too much for his exhausted patience.
He was puritanic in moral principle, loyal to his friends, and a despiser of cant and formalism.
But he who is a despiser of glory, but is greedy of domination, exceeds the beasts in the vices of cruelty and luxuriousness.
For it is said that the despiser of ladies is never worthy in arms.
Such was Ben, in panegyric verse hyperbolical; in conversation “a despiser of others, and praiser of himself.”