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Definitiontreat with a strong disrespect or disdain — sometimes accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike
- The Admiral hates trouble, and scorns asking favours; and there are so many young men's claims to be attended to in the same way, that a friendship and energy, not very determined, is easily put by.Chapter 36 (84% in)
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