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scorned

[ skawrnd ]
/ skɔrnd /
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adjective
treated or regarded with contempt, scoffing, or disdain: Few believed he’d find an audience, but with the release of his hit single and video last year, the once scorned act has now become popular with fans and critics.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of scorn.
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Origin of scorned

OTHER WORDS FROM scorned

un·scorned, adjective
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