disdain noun

ADJ. great | utter | obvious | amused | cool, glacial | aristocratic, haughty

VERB + DISDAIN feel, have She did not hesitate to express the disdain that she felt. | express, show Judges sometimes show great disdain for the law. | look on/upon sb/sth with, treat sb/sth with Traditionalists look upon the changes with disdain.

PREP. in ~ She turned her head away in disdain. | with ~ Why does he treat his father with such disdain? | ~ for He has an aristocratic disdain for money.

PHRASES an expression/a look of disdain