- adj.拒绝的; 轻蔑的，鄙视的;
- 副词: dismissively;
Her voice will drop to a dismissive whisper.
They were sneeringly dismissive.
He made a dismissive gesture. "Suit yourself."
Mr Jones was dismissive of the report, saying it was riddled with inaccuracies.
Her manner was coldly dismissive.
She might have been less dismissive of my talents if he could have seen my latest achievements.
Chronic fatigue syndrome was known by the dismissive term housewife syndrome.
However, historians are sometimes dismissive of its net value.
He signed his disapproval with a dismissive hand gesture.
They partner with the state, even when they are dismissive of its bureaucracy.
She smiled and faintly dismissive, gesturing to the robe on his arm.
Philly casts a dismissive glance Abruzzi's way before inviting Gus to have a seat.
Aiyar is a bit dismissive of some of these attitudes.
The firm is dismissive of the competitor's product.
But Mr Brown, a Scot, failed to click with the British electorate, often appearing dismissive.
White House officials dismissive of the protests.
Reviewers were dismissive, and the play closed within a week.
Try to avoid a bossy or dismissive tone.
She smiled , amused and faintly dismissive, gesturing to the robe on his arm.
These arrogant people who sometimes annoying, they have eyes in the head long, others are dismissive.
这些傲慢的人有时的确令人讨厌, 他们把眼睛长在头上, 对其他人都不屑一顾.
Don't be so dismissive of her talent.
They took dismissive action after the third violation.
Your gut reaction (本能反应) and dismissive rejection, even of a worthless idea, might not qualify as systematic or fair.
1. showing indifference or disregard;
"a dismissive shrug"
2. tending to dismiss or reject;
"a dismissive gesture"