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  • Doc Daneeka snorted scornfully.
  • F.C. Wintergreen pulled away slowly with a look of scorn.
  • Each time Captain Black forged ahead of his competitors, he swung upon them scornfully for their failure to follow his example.
  • Each time they followed his example, he retreated with concern and racked his brain for some new stratagem that would enable him to turn upon them scornfully again.
  • General Dreedle ignored him completely, turning away from him in baleful scorn to hand Yossarian his medal in its case.
  • The old man waited tranquilly, watching him with a discerning smile that was both scornful and sympathetic.
  • ’Oh, don’t start that again,’ Major Sanderson exclaimed with vitriolic scorn, and hurled down his pencil disgustedly.
  • With a scornful snicker, he settled himself behind his desk, replaced the empty cigarette holder in his mouth and lapsed into parturient silence for a few moments.
  • Corporal Whitcomb grinned brazenly with scornful satisfaction.
  • With a fierce, guttural, scornful, disgusted oath, she strode across the room and threw open the three tall casement windows, letting inside an effulgent flood of sunlight and crisp fresh air that washed through the stuffy room like an invigorating tonic.
  • The colonel smiled scornfully as he watched the chaplain’s face turn crimson.
  • ’No, I thought not,’ he continued with undisguised scorn.
  • Colonel Korn frowned wearily for Yossarian’s benefit, his eyes twinkling swarthily with sly and daring scorn.
  • Yossarian laughed with buoyant scorn and shook his head.

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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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