She edged her voice with scorn, said: "Is this the way you were taught?"
She compressed ultimate scorn into her voice and manner, said: "Well-l-l, now—how does it feel to be a killer?"
And Paul recalled the scorn in his mother’s voice as she had confronted him after the fight.
The words had been uttered with the Bene Gesserit controlled atonals, carrying in it every shade of contempt and scorn that Paul could put there.
He checked the scorn on his tongue by a visible effort because it did not take a Guild navigator’s single-minded focus on the main chance to see the immediate future out on that plain.
(A term of scorn in the Imperium, meaning any "wild" person given to fanatical prediction.) UROSHNOR: one of several sounds empty of general meaning and which Bene Gesserit implant within the psyches of selected victims for purposes of control.
Jessica spoke quickly, scornfully: "I need no one’s pity.
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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
That coach scorns students who don’t have natural ability.