Prince, you must marry Aglaya Ivanovna, not Nastasia Philipovna, or this fellow Ferdishenko will always be pointing the finger of scorn at you.
So saying, she scornfully rose from her seat as though to depart.
Drawn up haughtily, with her head held high, she gazed at the "riff-raff," with scornful curiosity.
How then, can you hold her up to the scorn of society in the newspapers without realizing that you are making her suffering, still greater?
"Look here, Mr. Muishkin," shouted Hippolyte, "please understand that we are not fools, nor idiots, as your guests seem to imagine; these ladies who look upon us with such scorn, and especially this fine gentleman" (pointing to Evgenie Pavlovitch) "whom I have not the honour of knowing, though I think I have heard some talk about him—"
"G.L." "This man assures me," said Aglaya, scornfully, when the prince had finished reading the letter, "that the words ’break off everything’ do not commit me to anything whatever; and himself gives me a written guarantee to that effect, in this letter.
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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
That coach scorns students who don’t have natural ability.