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Use "despiser" in a sentence
"At one extreme was Andrea McArdle's Miss Hannigan, boozy and bitter, a despiser of children (an unfortunate trait for an administrator of an orphanage)."
"Still, she is a better choice than B.O. who is coming across as an elitist racist, demeanor of ordinary suburban people, sider with Farrakhan and hateful religious beliefs, despiser of traditions, abaser of the American seniors - and he has backers who trust him????"
"That oath, of course, is administered by a defiantly proud, even cheerful, self-admitted war criminal Dick Cheney, a serial subverter and despiser of the Constitution, with whose eternally disgraceful continued presence in office Reid and his minions have had no particular problem despite their profound Constitutional responsibility to end it by impeaching him."