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scorn
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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • I just swept her a look of freezing scorn and she got as red as a beet and spelled it wrong after all.
  • "It’s likely I’d do such a thing, isn’t it?" said Diana with just scorn.
  • I was offered some Mayflowers too, but I rejected them with scorn.
  • I just felt that I couldn’t bear Josie Pye’s scorn.
  • He could not refer it to Marilla, who, he felt, would be quite sure to sniff scornfully and remark that the only difference she saw between Anne and the other girls was that they sometimes kept their tongues quiet while Anne never did.
  • I just swept her one scornful look and then I forgave her.
  • "No, I wasn’t crying over your piece," said Marilla, who would have scorned to be betrayed into such weakness by any poetry stuff.
  • "I don’t happen to know what Gilbert Blythe’s ambition in life is—if he has any," said Anne scornfully.
  • Gilbert glanced up and, much to his amazement, beheld a little white scornful face looking down upon him with big, frightened but also scornful gray eyes.
  • Gilbert glanced up and, much to his amazement, beheld a little white scornful face looking down upon him with big, frightened but also scornful gray eyes.
  • She was wedged in between a stout lady in pink silk and a tall, scornful-looking girl in a white-lace dress.
  • She determined to "shroud her feelings in deepest oblivion," and it may be stated here and now that she did it, so successfully that Gilbert, who possibly was not quite so indifferent as he seemed, could not console himself with any belief that Anne felt his retaliatory scorn.

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  • Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
  • That coach scorns students who don’t have natural ability.

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