- 副词: disdainfully;
Some economists are disdainful of their colleagues in other social disciplines.
You, sir, must pretend in this disdainful manner to court me?
To act or speak with effrontery. Used in the imperative to express contempt or disdainful disbelief.
The Major gave a disdainful snort.
Being afraid that she may become disdainful, I turn my back upon her.
They cast disdainful glances at her as they passed, then hurried on.
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Wendigo: Wise and powerful, aloof and disdainful.
Wendigo: 明智而有力, 孤僻而倨傲.
This was perhaps a somewhat disdainful epitome.
She is too disdainful.
And Morrel dropped his head with disdainful incredulity.
The lady dismissed her maid with a disdainful nod.
To which his only reply would be a disdainful smile.
And with a disdainful flick of his tail, he swam away.
He looked at the leader with a disdainful smile.
He is disdainful of danger.
Disdainful, unavoidably cause psychological unbalance, blundering.
过分看重, 难免造成心理失衡, 心态浮躁.
He's disdainful of anyone from America.
She's always been disdainful of people who haven't been to college.
Edgar cast a disdainful look at his twin.
She had an affected air and a disdainful look.
He is highly disdainful of anything to do with the literary establishment.
1. expressing extreme contempt
2. having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy;
"some economists are disdainful of their colleagues in other social disciplines"
"his lordly manners were offensive"
"walked with a prideful swagger"
"very sniffy about breaches of etiquette"
"his mother eyed my clothes with a supercilious air"
"shaggy supercilious camels"
"a more swaggering mood than usual"- W.L.Shirer