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used in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

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treating others as inferior; or doing something considered beneath one's position or dignity
  • GEORGE: Don't you condescend to me!
    1 — Act 1 (31% in)
condescend = to treat others as inferior
  • (NICK nods condescending forgiveness) What it is, actually, is it's a pictorial representation of the order of Martha's mind.
    1 — Act 1 (19% in)

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