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- v. Present participle of sneer.
- n. The act of one who sneers.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. expressive of contempt
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There is no mileage in sneering at what people are reading.
I've been waiting for the formula to come to market - i can see the Seal label sneering back at me now ... maybe a Snob/Mastik collabo for non-clinchers?
Even for an administration that takes perverse pride in sneering at the term "conservation," this latest news is a shocker: President Bush's 2007 budget includes an order to the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management to sell off as much as 800,000 acres of national lands to generate money for public schools.
I wonder if the designers of that had any clue that pre-Stones, Jagger bit off the tip of his tongue playing basketball, giving that certain sneering edge to his voice.
This was the most startling feature and the one that caused the most bickering and sneering from the rest of the industry: a parachute for the entire plane.
He called the post "sneering" -- which it hardly was
So your sneering is disingenuous, because not even you’re going to argue that the federal government could recreate what takes place in the DC suburbs on a national level.
Re Ed Smithe at 4: “So your sneering is disingenuous, because not even you’re going to argue that the federal government could recreate what takes place in the DC suburbs on a national level.”
In a tone that I can only characterize as sneering contempt she said, "... after all, his middle name is Hussein."
People get the informers they deserve; Leona Helmsley was sent up the river by a maid who recalled her sneering that "only the little people pay taxes."
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