But she is perfectly amiable, and often condescends
to drive by my humble abode in her little phaeton and ponies.
Some of the Fancy Ball School in which art occasionally condescends
to become a master, which would be best catalogued like the miscellaneous articles in a sale.
Not only that he can't even condescend
to reply to my letter dated March, 24 when I pointed this out.
1 : to stoop to the level of someone considered less important <These two great commanders did not condescend
to fight in person .
Regular readers of CTR are aware of our editorial stance that, in information technology, applications are king and will not condescend
to any lesser role.