- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of despise.
“The one thing that he despises is how corporations are really the driving force and shapers of US culture.”
“I know David Bernstein despises Glenn Greenwald because he won’t, to Bernstein’s satisfaction, repeat the usual drivel that Bernstein wants to hear about Israel’s right to self defense.”
“Strict: I know David Bernstein despises Glenn Greenwald because he won’t, to Bernstein’s satisfaction, repeat the usual drivel that Bernstein wants to hear about Israel’s right to self defense.”
“But he despises, that is, fears Him not, as being certain of His goodness.”
“Knowledge is power he taught that and angels decide who is right the despises is the many broken truths that where ruined by bad people that is what i meant!”
“The thing he has most fun with is the thing he most despises, which is religion.”
“When God's professing people have revolted from him, and are in rebellion against him, his sword despises them.”
“Joe Rasnick, the head of a local VFW group, "despises" the athlete's urinary act, but also looked ahead for greater context.”
“I wonder what you thought of Miliband's 'hate' for seeing the SNP in charge or the Liverpool Labour leader claiming the SNP Government "despises" Westminster.”
“Reading the rest of the interview he also says he "despises" the SNP for using Iraq and the "cash for honours" inquiry in its campaign as they have nothing to do with the devolved powers being decided upon.”
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