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despise
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David Copperfield
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  • I see him now, going away in custody, despised by the congregation.
  • I despised them, to a man.
  • And yet I did not despise him the more for it, but thought it a redeeming quality in him if he could be allowed any grace for not resisting one so irresistible as Steerforth.
  • As she still stood looking fixedly at me, a twitching or throbbing, from which I could not dissociate the idea of pain, came into that cruel mark; and lifted up the corner of her lip as if with scorn, or with a pity that despised its object.
  • ’I have shown you often enough,’ said I, ’that I despise you.

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  • She despises the people he has to work for.
  • They despise each other.

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