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Definition of "disdaining" [disdaining]

  • Present participle of disdain. (verb)

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Use "disdaining" in a sentence
  • "Then thou further sayest (with a kind of disdaining spirit) "Many things more thou passest by in my book, as being not pertinent to the thing in hand.""
  • "The long Sixties also saw unprecedented religious experimentation outside traditional denominational channels.13 Some boomers, interested in what they called the “spiritual,” but disdaining conventional religion, were soon dubbed “seekers,” looking for new spiritual homes."
  • "One of the places in which Dawg lives is Chiapas State where the term "gringo" is considered a racial epithet so when you are looking around down there for Dawg to buy me some cerveza, please refrain from canvassing locals for the "fat gringo from Alabama often seen hanging out in the barrio plaza" or they might think you are disdaining me."