To descend to the level of one considered inferior; lower oneself. See Synonyms at stoop1.(verb-intransitive)
To deal with people in a patronizingly superior manner.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "condescend" in a sentence
"Will you, Wallace, again condescend to save a country that has treated you so ungratefully?"
"Does one of your name condescend to a dirty trade, and serve women that are not fit to tie a Douglas's shoe, and then come to me and talk of what's possible."
"Absolutely, Bellville, if I do condescend, which is yet extremely doubtful, we will live in the style of lovers; I hate the dull road of common marriages: no impertinent presuming on the name of husband; no saucy freedoms; I will continue to be courted, and shall expect as much flattery, and give myself as many scornful airs, as if I had never honored you with my hand."