scorned

[ US /ˈskɔɹnd/ ]
[ UK /skˈɔːnd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. treated with dislike or contempt
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How To Use scorned In A Sentence

  • Despite this apparent initial failure, which was openly scorned by China's state media as "performance art", the boxun.com blog site asked again for what it called "strolling protests" against the ruling Communist Party at 2pm on Sunday. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • I think what happened is that he would have shut his mouth if they had treated him right, but he was scorned, and so he told what he knew.
  • The only thing worse than a woman scorned is a mother whose child is in danger. Sarah Connor Chronicles Set for Jan Premiere : SF Universe - SF Universe is your Science Fiction central. From SciFi television to movies to books and more. All the latest news, reviews and insights from SciFi experts.
  • He scorned prudence in moderation at all times, and his behaviour, when the wave of Revolution at last carried him to power, gave point to the taunt of Thiers -- "c'est un fou furieux. The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.)
  • Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned
  • She's had enough of being the woman scorned. The Sun
  • Imagine sacrificing your son for someone else's sake, and not getting any credit, any appreciation for it, even being scorned and mocked for it.
  • Several leading officers have quite openly scorned the peace talks.
  • He has outwitted the political Opposition, scorned the result of an election and killed his defenceless compatriots. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you had told me when I was the tender age of 15 that I would have this kind of life I would have laughed and scorned you.
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