While the commercial provided exposure, it drew the scorn of genuine punkers.
a scandal and a scorn to all who look on thee
As much as I valued the path of Eastern spirituality and meditation, I was uncomfortable with its subtle scorn for the physical world.
a general scorn for human life
I had taught him well; he showed no respect or scorn for the royal family.
That they are able to pour out their scorn for the West is a rather good demonstration of the freedom of speech they enjoy.
In fact, the reason I remember this particular presentation at all is the scorn , contempt, and derision that followed.
If the right-wingers disdain Lincoln for being too aggressively antislavery, the left-wingers scorn him for not being antislavery enough.
I do not wish to become the object of scorn
What I hope is the people of Gravesham show their scorn for him by not going to his show.