To treat with scorn
hold in contempt, despise, disdain; see despise, hate 1.
To refuse as a matter of principle
ignore, flout, defy, spurn, repudiate, reject, turn the back upon, avoid, shun, renounce; see also confute, refuse, refute.
Antonyms acknowledge*, accept, welcome. See syn. study at despise.despise.
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The feeling of despising:
To regard with utter contempt and disdain:
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