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used in A Room With A View

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lack of respect for someone or something thought inferior — often accompanied by a feeling of dislike or disgust
  • A look of contempt came over him, and he said, "Why not?"
    Chapter 19 (92% in)
contempt = lack of respect
  • "I want something more definite," said Lucy contemptuously.
    Chapter 16 (37% in)
  • Lucy felt contemptuous, for she was on the tack of caring for Greek sculpture, and had already borrowed a mythical dictionary from Mr. Beebe to get up the names of the goddesses and gods.
    Chapter 19 (9% in)

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