Definition Of scornful
feeling or expressing contempt or derision.
the justices have been scornful of the government's conduct
Example Of scornful
‘I know that,’ I said scornfully , my impatience vibrating off the bannisters.
Before he could reach it, they opened and a large gang of girls trooped out, howling with scornful laughter.
Both had a gypsy-like disregard of convention; both were brazenly scornful of public opinion.
But I just feel myself withdrawing and getting a bit scornful of others who are managing to cut loose.
Extravagant in his praise of the fans and players and scornful of the Football Association and the hooligans, he wears his Three Lions with pride.