[ skawr-ner ]
/ ˈskɔr nər /
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a person who treats someone or something with contempt or mockery; scoffer: The scorners of political measures adopted in the 1920s promptly subscribed to far more pernicious ones a decade later.
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Words nearby scorner
scorify, scoring, scoring position, in, scorn, scorned, scorner, scornful, scornfully, scorpaenid, scorpaenoid, scorper
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How to use scorner in a sentence
Of how much sorer punishment shall Christ at His speedy coming deem the scorner worthy?The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Hebrews|Thomas Charles Edwards
"There she lies," retorted Duncan, as he knocked the scorner down at a blow.Scotch Wit and Humor|W. H. (Walter Henry) Howe
To prevent the replies or excuses of the scorner, I must here tell you, 1.
"Proud, haughty scorner is his name, that dealeth in proud wrath," Prov.
Nevertheless, the time came when the scorner recanted his renunciation.Lochinvar|S. R. Crockett