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Scorn Phrases

Scorn Phrases

Today I will share phrases of contempt, because of all feelings, whether positive or negative, we have phrases. These are phrases of contempt.

SENIOR PHRASES:

  • Mistakes are often forgiven, contempt never. (Lord Chesterfield)
  • Heaven is not as angry as love that turns to hate, nor is Hell as angry as a despised woman. (William Congreve)
  • Eyebrows form a small part of the face, and yet they can obscure a lifetime from the contempt they express. (Demetrio)
  • The way to shut the mouth of a slanderer is to treat him with contempt. (Proverb)
  • Silence is the most perfect expression of contempt. (George Bernard Shaw)
  • Familiarity breeds contempt. (Aesop)
  • Do not rebuke the scoffer so that he does not hate you, rebuke the wise and he will love you. (Bible)
  • A man is much more sensitive to the scorn of others than to scorn for himself. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
  • To punish me for my contempt for authority, fate made myself an authority. (Albert Einstein)
  • For those who happily march in line, they have already earned my scorn, because they were given a large brain by accident when the spine would have been enough. (Albert Einstein)
  • Hatred is a matter of the heart, contempt of the head. (Arthur Schopenhauer)

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