disdainfully


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in a proud and domineering manner

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And Villefort threw disdainfully on his desk the letter Dantes had just given back to him.
Jehan flung back his blonde and curly head, and said, half- closing his eyes disdainfully,--
There was something fine in keeping to himself these treasures of beauty all his life and giving them to the world disdainfully when, he and the world parting company, he had no further use for them.
asked Rogojin, disdainfully, and no deigning so much as to look at the other.
Presently, as the sky cleared, more of such ships appeared in the blue through the dissolving clouds, and more, all disdainfully free of guns or armour, all flying fast to keep pace with the running fight below.
And sighing disdainfully, he again changed his position.
Your hen has very bad manners, Dorothy," said Aunt Em, looking somewhat disdainfully at Billina.
His eyes narrowed, a curse broke from his lips, and he hurled the small objects upon the ground, disdainfully.
He glanced disdainfully at the smooth face and careful dress of their visitor, who bore the inspection with a kindly return of contempt.
drowned his voice, and he stood disdainfully till the din had somewhat subsided.
Ruby Gillis thinks of nothing but beaus," said Anne disdainfully.
Believe me, sir, he hath been abused, grossly abused to you; I know he hath, or you, whom I know to be all goodness and honour, would not, after the many kind and tender things I have heard you say of this poor helpless child, have so disdainfully called him fellow.
He had done well in Mods, much to the surprise of those who attended lectures and took proper exercise, and was now glancing disdainfully at Chinese in case he should some day consent to qualify as a Student Interpreter.
said Mr Willet, disdainfully, 'to go supposing that wintners care for nosegays.
Bounderby, surveyed him fixedly from head to foot, swept disdainfully past him, and ascended the staircase.