Synonyms of 'dismissive'
He was highly dismissive of the report.
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If you are contemptuous of someone or something, you do not like or respect them at all.
She gave a contemptuous little laugh and walked away.
A derisive noise, expression, or remark expresses contempt.
He gave a short, derisive laugh.
To be disdainful means to dislike something or someone because you think they are unimportant or not worth your attention.
He gave us a disdainful glance and moved on.
Thesaurus for dismissive from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you are dismissive of someone or something, you say or show that you think they are not important or have no value.