“patronizing, condescending, insufferable,” Fox talking head Charles Krauthammer said of Obama.
Among the explorers, a state of mind developed that was patronizing and paternalistic.
Europeans can often be patronizing about American fondness for guns about the house.
The psychological warfare can also be seen in the patronizing tone Democratic officials are now taking toward the Republicans.
It's patronizing and disempowering and reduces legitimate concerns over body issues to juvenile whining.
"Yes; he plays very fairly," said Beck, in a patronizing manner, which implied his own superiority.
He didn't mean to be patronizing, but he had Betty demurely leaning on his arm, and—dear me!
The Christian Visitor is soon distinguished from the patronizing almoner, or the salaried official.
There was a patronizing quality in the admonition that irritated the wife.
He is able to make his own interpretations and to combat the crude inferences of his patronizing companions.