Simple past tense and past participle of scorn.(verb)
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Use "scorned" in a sentence
"The only thing worse than a woman scorned is a mother whose child is in danger."
"The real failure of American foreign policy in the Middle East, where we are universally scorned, is that we have not connected the dots of Israeli settlements in the West Bank and terrorist attacks against the United States."
"A word scorned by a million liberal malcontents cutting off their noses to spite their collective face, considering it untrendy to stand up for a country that enshrined the very values that saddled their every high horse."