"You think now to teach me my trade?" he asked, and he did not try to hide the disdain in his voice.
The Baron noted the absence of salute, the disdain in the Sardaukar’s manner, and his unease grew.
And it was agonizing to realize that the Emperor and his Sardaukar were alike in their disdain for weakness.
The old woman studied Paul in one gestalten flicker: face oval like Jessica’s, but strong bones …. hair: the Duke’s black-black but with browline of the maternal grandfather who cannot be named, and that thin, disdainful nose; shape of directly staring green eyes: like the old Duke, the paternal grandfather who is dead.
"Our Sublime Padishah Emperor …. " If the people of this decadent garrison city could only see the Emperor’s private note to his "Noble Duke"—the disdainful allusions to veiled men and women: " …. but what else is one to expect of barbarians whose dearest dream is to live outside the ordered security of the faufreluches?"
Royal disdain revealed itself in the way the Emperor turned to look at Paul.
His voice sounded once from there, commanding and disdainful, the way he always spoke to servants when he was in a hurry: "The Lady Jessica’s in the Great Hall.
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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.