Definition of Scorns

1. Verb. (third-person singular of scorn) ¹



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Definition of Scorns

1. scorn [v] - See also: scorn

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scorns

scorned
scornee
scornees
scorner
scorners
scornest
scorneth
scornful
scornfully
scornfulness
scornfulnesses
scorning
scorningly
scornings
scornless
scorns (current term)
scornworthy
scorny
scorodite
scorpaenid
scorpaenid fish
scorpaenids
scorpaeniform
scorpaenoid
scorpaenoid fish
scorpene
scorper
scorpers
scorpio
scorpiodea

Literary usage of Scorns

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1. The Seasons by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch, John Aikin (1811)
"Nor purpose gay, Amusement, dance, or song, he sternly scorns ; For happiness and true philosophy Are of the social still, and smiling kind. ..."

2. Golden Poems by British and American Authors by Francis Fisher Browne (1906)
"LOVE scorns DEGREES LOVE scorns degrees; the low he lifteth high, The high he draweth down to that fair plain Whereon, in his divine equality, ..."

3. The Victrola Book of the Opera by Samuel Holland Rous, Victor Talking Machine Company (1919)
"A furious storm threatens, and, terror stricken at what he has done, Dodon turns to his Queen only to find that she scorns him. As the thunder rolls the ..."

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