Ronald Reagan was president when we made that movie, and he was scornful and just openly had all these vile attitudes.
He then went through a scornful recitation of all the things he could do if he wanted to settle for cheap laughs.
There are also the looting and desecrating “archaeologists” for whom Wilkinson reserves his most scornful language.
Over a period of just a few weeks, a host of high profile periodicals have published smug, scornful dismissals of the music.
She stood up in front of the scornful, handsome, hard-eyed woman and defied her.
The man accepted this scornful description of himself in silence.
This it is which makes him scornful even when he thinks of the men whom the Corinthians are preferring to himself.
"The impidence o' some people," said the cook with a loud and scornful laugh.
His hands were in his pockets, and a careless, scornful smile was on his face when he glanced down into the street.
For an instant she stood, looking at Dakota with a scornful, loathing gaze.