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treating others as inferior; or doing something considered beneath one's position or dignity
  • "Just because my father's in charge of the Council doesn't mean I get to break a three-hundred-year rule," he said, allowing just a shade of condescension to darken his tone.
    p. 15.7
  • Safe enough for the hundred convicted criminals who were going to die anyway," the Chancellor said, his voice a mix of condescension and disbelief.
    p. 17.9

There are no more uses of "condescending" in The 100.

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