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  • n  a person who expresses contempt by remarks or facial expression

  • To me those tears are precious, for they show that the grace of God and the tenderness of Jesus have at last wormed their way even into the hard, flint-like heart of a scorner .
  • Oxford man, scorner of the pedestrian scholarship of his time, indefatigable linguist, doctor of theology and doctor miraculorum (wonders) at Paris, friend of Bishop Robert .
  • Amid so much pomp it was recalled that Baron von Richthofen had ever been a scorner of the conventional mediocrities of mankind.

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