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despise
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The Fountainhead
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  • He despised, however, all architects.
  • Don’t you despise me for it?
  • For the first time in her life, she was glad of being Miss Francon, glad of her father’s position and possessions, which she had always despised.
  • You—Peter, you’re everything I despise in the world and I don’t want to remember how much I despise it.
  • You—Peter, you’re everything I despise in the world and I don’t want to remember how much I despise it.
  • You know, it’s funny: it’s the masters who despise the slaves, and the slaves who hate the masters.
  • But you have to flatter people whom you despise in order to impress other people who despise you.
  • But you have to flatter people whom you despise in order to impress other people who despise you.
  • You don’t despise me?
  • They only despise us….
  • I despise him.
  • And isn’t that the root of every despicable action?
  • He did not want to despise men; he wanted to love and admire them.
  • Don’t despise the middleman.
  • Don’t you despise every act I’ve ever committed?
  • There’s a particular kind of people that I despise.
  • Don’t you really want to despise me? I wish you’d say it now.
  • I despise the public.
  • There were two people—you and another person, a man, who always made me feel the same thing—not fear exactly, but like a wall, a steep wall to climb—like a command to rise—I don’t know where—but a feeling going up—I’ve always hated that man—but you, I wanted you—always—that’s why I married you—when I knew you despised me—so you should have forgiven me that marriage—you shouldn’t have taken your revenge like this—not like this, Dominique—Dominique, I can’t fight back, I—"

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

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