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used in All Quiet on the Western Front

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lack of respect for someone or something thought inferior — often accompanied by a feeling of dislike or disgust
  • "He's too stupid, I couldn't be bothered," answers Mittelstaedt contemptuously.
    Chapter 7 (88% in)
contemptuously = with disrespect and dislike
  • "State, State"—Tjaden snaps his fingers contemptuously, "Gendarmes, police, taxes, that's your State;—if that's what you are talking about, no, thank you."
    Chapter 9 (18% in)

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