Part of speech:
Hated; viewed with scorn.
treated with contempt
To regard or treat as unworthy or beneath one's dignity; specif., to refuse or reject with aloof contempt or scorn
(Chiefly Literary) To treat or think of with contempt; scorn
To turn down (an applicant, as for a job); refuse to accept.
To pronounce judgment against; sentence:
To ignore or behave coldly toward; slight.
To utter with a grimace or contemptuous expression; to say sneeringly.
To keep away from; avoid scrupulously or consistently, often, specif., as a practice by a group against a co-worker, coreligionist, etc. who has fallen out of favor
To reject as absurd; flout; scoff at
To mock at or deride
Mock is to tease someone or make someone the object of scorn, or to mimic or imitate someone to get laughs or to insult the person.
To speak or shout derisively; mock.
Flout is defined as to openly show hatred or disregard toward someone or something.
To refrain from using, engaging in, or partaking of:
To refuse to have any dealings with.
To renounce or dissolve all bonds of affiance, faith, or obligation with; to reject, refuse, or renounce.
To disregard deliberately; pay no attention to; refuse to consider
To like or desire enthusiastically:
The definition of approve is to say you like something or you are alright with it happening.
(Dial.) To like or wish
To endure resignedly or patiently:
(Law) To accept or certify as legally binding:
To prove to be false or erroneous; overthrow by argument or proof:
To decline to accept; reject
To prove (a person, statement, etc.) to be in error or false; overcome by argument or proof
To abide by an agreement.
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