Van Schuylight Suffolk-Jones--came out to his waiting motor-car, wrinkling a contumelious
nostril, as usual, at the Italian renaissance sculpture of the soap palace's front elevation.
Too often she betrayed this, by the undue vent she gave to a spiteful antipathy she had conceived against little Adele: pushing her away with some contumelious
epithet if she happened to approach her; sometimes ordering her from the room, and always treating her with coldness and acrimony.
That is contumelious
conduct and the court was correct in striking out the election petition,' said the counsel for Yamani, Tengku Fuad Ahmad.
disregard for the plaintiff's rights, a high
Similarly Blackstone interprets, Blasphemy against the Almighty is denying his being or providence, or uttering contumelious
reproaches on our Savior Christ.
declares, 'is the contumelious
charge with which all opposition to
, opprobrious, and blasphemous" language
This from the party that is a synonym for contumelious
? This from the party of 10,000 "signing statements" where they proudly and loudly proclaimed that the law doesn't apply to them?
If we keep telling them what we think of them, can we induce them to be a bit less contumelious
and mend their manners?
Chapman's discomfort with what his 1598 Agamemnon terms "contumelious
wordes" is likewise reflected in his modifications to another passage in Iliad 1, the speech in which Pallas Athena seizes Achilles' sword in midair and tells him to "ceasse contention" with his adversary and instead use "words" to attack Agamemnon, "and such as may / Be bitter to his pride, but just" (Nicoll 1998a, 517; 29).
Driver, Persons writes, "was so malepart and contumelious
before the judges, as first her eares were cut of, for calling Q.
Toyota's two contumelious
"arbitrariness" advertisements issued in the Chinese market in 2003 caused the intense antipathy of the Chinese media and the public.