Scorn noun - Open dislike for someone or something considered unworthy of one's concern or respect.
Usage example: has nothing but scorn for newfangled ideas of any kind
How words are described
|special||special love||special scorn|
|particular||particular love||particular scorn|
|extreme||extreme love||extreme scorn|
|intense||intense love||intense scorn|
|Other adjectives: serious, mutual.|
Both words in one sentence
- In the light novels Guren recalls the love story 500 years ago that led the Hiragi Clan to scorn the Ichinose Clan.
Source: Love Hurts
- The New York Times argued that it was asking if the main character, despite all his flaws, was deserving of love - unlike the other films, which heap scorn on the protagonists.
Source: Creator / Todd Solondz
- If the love interest is a woman, she will have derision and scorn heaped upon her more likely than a male one.
Source: Double Standard
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