scorn-fulness

scornful

[skawrn-fuhl]
adjective
full of scorn; derisive; contemptuous: He smiled in a scornful way.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see scorn, -ful

scornfully, adverb
scornfulness, noun
unscornful, adjective
unscornfully, adverb
unscornfulness, noun
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scornful

adjective
expressing extreme contempt [syn: contemptuous
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