contemptuously


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I told you he was a liar," said Fairholme contemptuously.
But the third said contemptuously, 'It is not worth the trouble
The outlying villages, they say, are by them called {kappa omega mu alpha iota}, by the Athenians {delta eta mu iota}: and they assume that Comedians were so named not from {kappa omega mu 'alpha zeta epsilon iota nu}, 'to revel,' but because they wandered from village to village (kappa alpha tau alpha / kappa omega mu alpha sigma), being excluded contemptuously from the city.
you will say, perhaps, wagging your heads contemptuously.
That is to say, you are in love with this lady as you were with Madame Bonacieux," said Athos, shrugging his shoulders contemptuously, as if he pitied human weakness.
He hastily tore off the cover, opened the journal with nervous precipitation, passed contemptuously over the Paris jottings, and arriving at the miscellaneous intelligence, stopped with a malicious smile, at a paragraph headed "We hear from Yanina.
The maids looked at one another and laughed, while pretty Melantho began to gibe at him contemptuously.
he yelled contemptuously to the spluttering wretch.
Maybe," said Wiry Ben, contemptuously, "but Seth's the lad for me, though he war a Methody twice o'er.
I think that roulette was devised specially for Russians," I retorted; and when the Frenchman smiled contemptuously at my reply I further remarked that I was sure I was right; also that, speaking of Russians in the capacity of gamblers, I had far more blame for them than praise--of that he could be quite sure.
The handsome Vera smiled contemptuously but did not seem at all hurt.
I would wrap it up in the cover she had made for the latest Carlyle: she would skin it contemptuously and again bring it down.
These dainty ones are themselves contemptuously called Figs by David and other heroes, and you have a key to the manners and customs of this dandiacal section of the Gardens when I tell you that cricket is called crickets here.
And a poor-looking object you are," Trent said contemptuously.
And mere gossip," he thought contemptuously, "stands in my way