“And I don't use that term condescendingly, I use it as a matter of factual concern.”
“Or they raise an eyebrow and gaze in the camera condescendingly, which is Lou Dobbs 'trademark euphemism when he has nothing valid to say.”
“She used my first name condescendingly, as Madam Scarasse had grown accustomed to doing.”
“Obama "condescendingly" implied that Americans don't read the Bible.”
“Taint much outer my way, "condescendingly;" I'll take you there. ”
“Despite the fact that Grayson clearly endorsed this course of action and not the introduction of a completely new bill, as Matthews now claims, the host went on to condescendingly demean Grayson as nothing more than a “true believer who believes he can get things done by willing them to get done!””
“In his blog, Lindsay wrote that it's nice that some politicians are finally willing to acknowledge our existence, but are we so desperate for acceptance that we'll allow others to condescendingly misdescribe us as adherents of a faith?”
“While the journalistic head yearns toward a middle-class living, the respect of those in power, maybe a seat at the table and a small trophy or two, many a heart also thumped for the hard-drinking, bare-knuckled access to what Black condescendingly branded "the lumpenproletariat" readership of traditional tabs: Jimmy Breslin speaks truth to power.”
“Those people writing condescendingly about Williams in comparison to the other major American composer who used “Simple Gifts” might have more credibility if they remembered that the name was Copland, not Copeland.”
“In the summer of 2006, the question was condescendingly thrown at me by a sitting U.S. Senator in a luncheon buffet line at a Senate Democratic Caucus retreat.”
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