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."