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disdain
used in The Horse Whisperer

2 uses
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Definition
a lack of respect — often suggesting distaste and an undeserved sense of superiority

or:

to reject as not good enough
  • Pilgrim now had a corral to himself next to the colts Tom was starting and whose interest, over the double fence, he returned with a mix of suspicion and disdain.
    Twenty-two (26% in)
  • Bronty's "foal" was now a boisterous yearling who in public was treated by Pilgrim with a kind of lofty disdain.
    Thirty-six (46% in)

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