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contemptuous or ironic in manner or wit

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abusing vocally

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Midway throughout the discussion, forty members of Students for Justice in Palestine, a group vehemently opposed to the Jewish state, broke into loud and derisive chants, disrupting the event.
But she is also derisive of nearly everyone and sometimes seems suited to her awful fate.
One of the virtues of art historian Anastasia Aukeman's highly anticipated book WELCOME TO PAINTERLAND: BRUCE CONNER AND THE RAT BASTARD PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION (University of California Press, $50) is its focus on a distinctive mode of post-war artmaking in California: neo-Dada assemblage, or "junk" and "funk," per some derisive critics of the 1950s and '60s.
4) Not protecting their child against derisive comments about LGBTQ people by uninformed relatives or family friends.
After the debate, Perry and his advisers maintained his aggressive approach to Trump comes from a place of genuine outrage, particularly over the billionaire's derisive comments on the military service of U.
Bernie DiMeo, a spokesman for the company, said that while it may be true that in the hands of some the flag could be seen as derisive, it's also true that for a lot of people it's a matter of history, pride and a symbol of their ancestors' sacrifice.
An AM spokesperson's derisive justification quoted that ".
But rugby league fans never like to miss an opportunity to have a dig at the RFL so social media quickly lit up with derisive comments.
Our hero is Pepper (Jakob Salvati), a child whose unusually small stature earns him the derisive nickname "Little Boy'' from the town's many bullies.
Nognog," a derisive Filipino word for a dark-skinned person, are used by his foes to insult him for his dark complexion, Binay himself had earlier said.
They even have a derisive name for them, playing on the narcissistic behavior they think the sticks encourage: narcissistick.
Sisi said ties with those countries were still strong despite attempts by unnamed parties to divide the allies, a reference to a leaked audio recording that purported to show him and senior aides being derisive of rich Gulf donors.
His excuse for voting for a "wage" rise was derisive.
20 Warwickshire phrases 20 Warwickshire phrases Apricock - Apricot Bloodboltered - Covered in blood Caggie-handed - Left-handed De Di - Ice Cream Englut - Eat greedily Fadge - To suit Fap - Drunk Firk - Reprimand / scold Honey-stalks - Clover Intpinse - Mess, confusion, tangle Ronvon - Derisive word for a woman Knap - To hit Mammock - To break or tear Ninny - A fool or nincompoop Puttock - A kite Ronvon - Derisive word for a woman Rheumy - Moist Swinge-buckler - A bully Unpregnant - Inane Wall-eyed - Shocked Zany - Crazy buffoonery
When he stopped in front of me, he referred to mine as an "antiquated wheel" and made some other derisive comment about my Hi-Power.