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- General John Burgoyne disdainfully dubbed them "a preposterous parade," a "rabble in arms."p. 25.1
- Alexander Graydon, writing more than a generation later, could still barely contain his disdain for the decisions that had been made.p. 244.8
There are no more uses of "disdain" in 1776.
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