Definition of 'condescension'
Example sentences containing 'condescension'
) "Sometimes," Maxine said, a trace of condescension creeping into her voice now," Todd likes to be out in public.COLDHEART CANYON (2001) BEHINDLINGS (2001) THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING (2001)
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