Small things amuse small minds, she says, scornful of the rude slapstick humor they practice.
Extravagant in his praise of the fans and players and scornful of the Football Association and the hooligans, he wears his Three Lions with pride.
In fact, the only laughter he had heard from her was either scornful or sarcastic, and was usually directed at him.
But I just feel myself withdrawing and getting a bit scornful of others who are managing to cut loose.
He gave my upraised cup a scornful look, snorted, and left to talk to someone else.
She gave him a slightly scornful glance, and he racked his brains to see if he could find the reason for the non sequitur.
Not surprisingly, management are scornful of such talk and refused to even grace such allegations with a comment.
He came back impressed by the company's scale but scornful of the inefficiencies.
She swallowed, trying to control her fury as Matt's scornful laughter reached her ears once again.
I was wearing gumboots and a singlet, and thought I would draw scornful gazes towards such disheveled attire.