Definition of "scorns" [scorns]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scorn. (verb)

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Use "scorns" in a sentence
  • "We were willing to put up with the whips and scorns, which is another way of saying the garlic and tobacco, for the sake of the music."
  • "All of the children realize when they reunite the next day that they must take the note to the authorities, but when a policeman scorns their efforts to help, they resolve to decipher the clue on their own."
  • "His wife scorns his work, and he has become a drunk, physically present but psychologically absent in his marriage."