Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Subject to derision; worthy of derision.
“But what makes this performance so notable are the subtle ways Ms. Michele makes Rachel at turns both empathetic and derisible, sometimes within the same take.”
“The show doesn't premiere until Jan. 18 at 10 p.m. (following the derisible Secret Diary of a Call Girl), but you can watch the pilot episode right now in the VIP section of Showtime's Web site (use the password "TARA" when prompted).”
“Nip/Tuck is an unwatchable mess, and his only foray into feature filmmaking was the derisible adaptation of Running with Scissors.”
“Of course this is the movie that cemented Jason as the real star of the films, and not in the derisible manner that Freddy Krueger became the shining star of the Elm Street franchise, and who can forget the brutally beautiful way he dispatches the naked teen in the yellow sack.”
“The last thing J.J. Abrams has been able to handle properly is the romantic comedy; just look at his derisible former television show October Road (or do yourself a favor and don't).”
“My kids, however, can't understand what's so derisible about combining a camera with a telephone.”
“Sperm banking sounds derisible, but a moment's reflection shows that it's an extremely serious matter to those who have the misfortune to need the industry's services.”
“I flung myself before him on my knees, and with floods of tears besought him to release me from this engagement, assuring him that my cowardice was abject, and that in every point of intellect and character I was his hopeless and derisible inferior.”
“Before that moment arrives, however, two more derisible movies are set to unspool in theaters.”
“Stargate franchise is stale, Flash Gordon (left) is a derisible, stillborn remake, and”
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