condescendingly


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Related to condescendingly: quarrelsome, patronizing
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with condescension

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Breathed to that extent,' the Dean (not unflattered by this indirect homage) condescendingly remarks, 'would be preferable.
She is exceedingly courteous, you perceive,' on this hint she bowed condescendingly, 'and will permit me to have the pleasure of introducing you: a gentleman from England, Ma'am: newly arrived from England, after a very tempestuous passage: Mr.
Yes, William,' I said, condescendingly (I knew him); 'I am going to London.
The Veneerings being at that time the only other arrivals, he had added (in a condescendingly explanatory manner),
com/dictionary/mansplain) mansplain, " the verb popularly used to describe men condescendingly explaining basic facts to women.
But my favorite is when someone attempts to explain to me, in psychoanalytical terms and often condescendingly, how I might've been messed up so bad in my childhood that I now have these intimacy and commitment issues to contend with, as if I haven't all but written a psychological report about it.
Mansplain is a man explaining something "needlessly, overbearingly, or condescendingly, especially to a woman, in a manner thought to reveal a patronising attitude".
I suppose you'd be experienced in that sort of thing,' she says condescendingly.
He started by condescendingly telling the audience to ".
She was given demeaning tasks, secret meetings were held about her and she was treated condescendingly or ignored.
Swedish women are so fed up being spoken to condescendingly by men that they have set up a hotline they can call up and let off steam.
I was intrigued as I've only ever thought of the Siri function as a total pain in the Apps because I click on it by mistake and get annoyed with the computer voice saying condescendingly, 'I didn't quite catch that Cat'.
15) on the retirement pension - or benefit, as present Government condescendingly call it - misses a few points; something which pensioner groups have been doing for decades.
THE KNOW-IT-ALL: Thinks he/she is surrounded by fools and shouts condescendingly at other drivers.
This was a theme of his election campaign and he repeated it in his victory speech on Sunday night, incurring the wrath of President Tayyip Erdogan who responded very bluntly yesterday, condescendingly reminding Akinci that Turkey was bankrolling the north.