As for Hillary Clinton, once the darling of the pro-Israel community, “she is just an employee,” Foxman says disdainfully.
The general public used it disdainfully, but it was meaningful.
"Oh, we do not fear them," the hunter replied, disdainfully.
Elizabeth looked at him disdainfully and drew her dress close around her.
Her head was high, and she met every glance steadily and disdainfully.
She disdainfully refused his proffer of assistance and mounted the pony.
After a few moments she picked it up again and tasted it disdainfully.
“I thought that I might find men among you,” she disdainfully said—a break in her voice.
They all think in Haworth that I have disdainfully refused him.
"His boots are cowhide," said Mr. Lawrence Peabody disdainfully.