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used in Killing Kennedy

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


to reject as not good enough
  • That privilege, along with their mutual disdain, is all the two men have in common.
    p. 53.6
  • And the White House staff can barely conceal their disdain.
    p. 149.6
  • Kennedy's voice intensifies, showing his disdain for both Vietnam's president Diem and those enemies that would spread communism around the world.
    p. 208.9
  • And the local citizens are not passive in their disdain.
    p. 228.3

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