A feeling of scorn
scorn, disdain, derision, slight; see hatred 1, ridicule.
A state of disgrace
shame, dishonor, stigma; see disgrace 1.
contemptible, despicable, worthless; see offensive 2.
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The feeling of despising:
The disposition boldly to defy or resist authority or an opposing force:
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