The acerbic 85-year-old Michigan Democrat had long been contemptuous of Tea Partiers.
You quickly become bored by and contemptuous of everyone, up to the president himself.
With the money came the filth, and the contemptuous lewdness you see in the film are based on actual claims in the book.
Believe me, when my kid was young, in the school he was in, the non-working mothers were contemptuous of those of us who worked.
A parallel, insular society evolves, dependent on the outside world and contemptuous of its values.
Mr. Yoxall51 points out that this colour was worn by medival Jews, and had a contemptuous or degrading significance.
A new respect for him, also a new pity that was generous and not contemptuous, crept into his heart.
And now he, who had been so indifferent and so contemptuous, was sensitive to the least quiver of his mother's upper lip.
He was heard, under his breath, to pronounce a contemptuous Pshaw!
Had not Robert been full of his own troubles he would have been reassured, but he only gave a contemptuous groan.