He kept the chaplain in a constant state of terror with his curt, derisive tongue...
’This is Lieutenant Milo Minderbinder, sir,’ said Corporal Snark with a derisive wink.
He heard loud, wild peals of derisive laughter crashing all about him and caught blurred glimpses of wicked, beery faces smirking far back inside the bushes and high overhead in the foliage of the trees.
’You know, Yossarian,’ he mused affably in a manner of casual reflection that seemed both derisive and sincere, ’I really do admire you a bit.
The pimp spun the turban high on his finger like a trophy and kept himself skipping inches ahead of her finger tips as he led her in a tantalizing circle around the square congested with people who were howling with laughter and pointing to Yossarian with derision when Milo strode up with a grim look of haste and puckered his lips reprovingly at the unseemly spectacle of so much vice and frivolity.
She agreed not to go to bed with Captain Black again or give him any more of Nately’s money, but she would not budge an inch on her friendship with the ugly, ill-kempt, dissipated, filthy-minded old man, who witnessed Nately’s flowering love affair with insulting derision and would not admit that Congress was the greatest deliberative body in the whole world.
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Critics derided her as unprofessional.
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