It was not the wind at her back, it was the thrust of Bjornstam’s scorn which carried her through town.
It is contentment …. the contentment of the quiet dead, who are scornful of the living for their restless walking.
She told herself that she did not want part of him; unless he gave her all his devotion she would never let him touch her; and when she found that she was probably lying, she burned with scorn.
He saw Carol, slim black and ivory, cool, scornful of intrigue.
Del Snafflin the barber, who was as much a professional as Ella, having once gone on in a mob scene at a stock-company performance in Minneapolis, was making them up, and showing his scorn for amateurs with, "Stand still!
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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
That coach scorns students who don’t have natural ability.