dismissive


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showing indifference or disregard

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stopping to associate with

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Count up how many times your answer resulted in anxious, secure and dismissive.
The arrogance and dismissive attitude put forth by you is beyond belief, stating that "should Gulf Air decide to become a third world Muslim bus service around the Gulf.
THE major off-course firms have joined the sponsors in pricing up tomorrow's pounds 2,500 Star Racing Puppy Stakes final at Walthamstow and, without exception, are more dismissive of the chances of Roswell Starship than Star Racing.
The researchers encountered evasive corporate representatives and dismissive companies.
At worst, we get dismissive essays from successful gay authors who seem determined to disregard the bookstores that helped give them their start.
Coun Afzal, you do your constituents a great disservice by your dismissive attitude and complacency - they surely deserve better than this.
She argues that defiance can take two forms, with dismissive defiance being a result of an individual assertion of freedom against an authority and resistant defiance being a rejection of an authority's particular rules or ways of administering them.
JLS JLS (Vertical) w THE UK has been dismissive of boy bands in recent times, with teenage girls' focus shifting to indie pop groups such as Scouting For Girls.
According to Warne, Prior was very smug in his comments, although he added that it might have been a conscious effort or direction from Andy Flower to be arrogant and dismissive of the opposition.
JOHN BARNES and Kevin Keegan were understandably dismissive of Everton's Champions League prospects as they analysed last weekend's win over Stoke City for ESPN.
In fact, even the second half of the Times article was dismissive of the thesis.
MAY I take this opportunity to reply to Mr Christley's dismissive comment on Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood's suggestion of keeping money in Wales by spending on Welsh produce (Letters, September 17).
Publishers like catchy titles, of course, hoping they tempt readers to pick the book up, read, and buy, but if I wanted to be very technically accurate, I would have called the book something like Psychological and Empirical/Scientific Considerations Concerning the Psychological Syndrome of "Dismissive Materialism, "Its Potentially Harmful Effects on Ordinary People, and Evidence for the Rejection of Dismissive Materialism as a Complete Psychological and Philosophical Stance Toward Life.
Martin Batho, managing director of Hoya Lens UK, said: "Patients who have been dismissive of coatings in the past are likely to have a very different experience with this unrivalled but proven, technology.
I also think it's incredibly dismissive of the people who watch and enjoy the show to treat our audiences as if they're stupid and I don't like that.