"Pig!" She spat out at him viciously, her nostrils flaring in a look of savage disdain.
Major — de Coverley swept it away with mighty displeasure the moment he recognized what it was, his good eye flaring up blindingly with fiery disdain and his enormous old corrugated face darkening in mountainous wrath.
He chuckled mellifluously with resonant disdain and authority.
Colonel Korn was an untidy disdainful man with an oily skin and deep, hard lines running almost straight down from his nose between his crepuscular jowls and his square, clefted chin.
I can assure you, my outraged young friend’ — the old man’s knowing, disdainful eyes shone even more effervescently as Nately’s stuttering dismay increased — ’that you and your country will have a no more loyal partisan in Italy than me — but only as long as you remain in Italy.’
Yossarian was enraged when the ambulance returned him to the squadron, and he went limping for justice to Doc Daneeka, who glared at him glumly with misery and disdain.
Colonel Korn assured him with a flat lack of conviction, and turned back chuckling to Yossarian, his disdainful merriment increasing at the sight of Yossarian’s unyielding expression of antagonism and distrust.
Milo met the challenge by writing the words ’A Share’ on the nearest scrap of paper and handing it away with a virtuous disdain that won the envy and admiration of almost everyone who knew him.
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She tries to be polite, but cannot hide her disdain for authority.
She has nothing but disdain for the notion that common people can regulate their own lives better than she can.