1. lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike;
2. a manner that is generally disrespectful and contemptuous
3. open disrespect for a person or thing
4. a willful disobedience to or disrespect for the authority of a court or legislative body
Her contempt for foreigners was obvious.
We feel contempt for a liar.
She lives in contempt.
He refused to answer in contempt of the rules of the court.
Ah Q had always had the greatest contempt for such people as little nuns.
He lounged in an armchair in a stance of deliberate contempt.
They held the imperialism in contempt.
I hold those fools in utter contempt.
He was cited for contempt of court.
He rushed forward in contempt of danger.
They have a great contempt for conventionality.
Such behavior will bring you into contempt.
She looked at him with immediate and undisguised contempt.
The lazybones are always held in contempt.
The scandal is damning evidence of the government's contempt for democracy.
He who swallows food handed out in contempt will have a bellyache.
Traitors have always been treated with contempt.
She looked at him with contempt .
Any person who disregards this order will be in contempt of court.
There was a prima facie case that a contempt of court had been committed.
The bikers have shown enough contempt of the law to ride their machines over police cars. "You've got to laugh at their audacity," said Mr Starkey.
In showing contempt for the heavyweight championship Douglas offended a stern code.
He faced imprisonment for contempt of court.
Mack felt a pitiless contempt for her.
The attacker still stood there, watching her with silent contempt.
The reviews for "On a Clear Day" ran the gamut from contempt to qualified rapture .
His humour depended on contempt for others.
Anita envied her sister's amorality and contempt for public opinion.
I hope voters will treat his advice with the contempt it deserves.
utterly worthless or despicable
hold someone in contempt
judge someone to have committed the offence of contempt of court
the advocate was held in contempt for subpoenaing the judge.
hold someone/thing in contempt
consider someone or something to be unworthy of respect or attention
he wouldn't answer a woman he held in such contempt.
contempt के बारे में अपेक्षाकृत कम जानकारी है, शायद आप अपने मनोदशा को आराम करने के लिए एक द्विभाषी कहानी देख सकते हैं, मैं आपको एक शुभ दिन की शुभकामनाएं देता हूं!
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