Despite a dithering Congress and a disdainful American public, the diplomatic doors opened.
He was as disdainful about the modern breed of leaders as he was about the Polish intellectuals back then.
Stewart was disdainful of the upstart network, and in the final meeting to sign the contract, would not even look at Ober.
Jim Messina, Obama campaign manager, called the statement “shocking” and “disdainful.”
His wandering and disdainful eyes glanced at the basket offered to the bride and bridegroom.
“That does honour to your penetration,” said the Spaniard, with a disdainful smile.
Peter Blood was sold to Colonel Bishop—a disdainful buyer—for the ignominious sum of ten pounds.
"No, no," put in Gaston, but his father stopped him with a disdainful gesture.
"They are not crocodiles," returned Maza in a dry, disdainful tone, without raising his head.
She was by turns charitable or pitiless, benevolent or disdainful.