take care not to condescend to your reader
The presence on an arts board of the occasional, often atypical artist from a minority does not do much for the community, other than condescend to him or her.
Kids demand shows that are smart and have lots of action and they remember if you condescend to them.
I'm inexperienced, not stupid, so don't condescend to me, okay?
We expect our television to debase us, empty us, and condescend to us.
The poet can't therefore presume to condescend to him, because he and his peers have guarded the very bourgeois freedoms that enable his son to be a weighty thinker.
Students will condescend to read only about those things they think they already know; they don't want new things.
The well-intentioned results condescend to both artists and businesspeople while shedding no light on either world.
Yet Williams doesn't condescend to his viewers.
Don't condescend to them - that's why they're not coming!