|one who ridicules, mocker; one who rejects with contempt; one who treats with contempt||scorner|
|a push, abut, bang, bump; interrupt, disturb; push with the head or horns (like a goat or calf), butt joint, buttocks, cask, cigarette end, goal, hinge, mound behind target, object of ridicule or contempt, ram somebody or something, stick out, stump, s...||butt|
|abuser, one who treats improperly, one who handles roughly||maltreater|
|according to endodontics (branch of dentistry which treats diseases of the dental pulp)||endodontically|
|act of treating with contempt; offense, affront; sudden stop, bring something to a stop, humiliating action, short and upturned (of a nose), small, stub something out, treat contemptuously, humiliate, purposefully ignore; rebuke, reject; stop suddenly,...||snub|
|affront, offense, rude remark or action, be offensive, injury or an injuring agent, offensive words or action, show contempt, something showing contempt, speak or act in a rude or contemptuous manner, offend||insult|
|antibiotic which treats tuberculosis||dihydrostreptomycin|
|arousing compassion, emotionally moving, arousing contempt, arousing pity||pitiful|
|arousing compassion, moving; miserable, wretched; pitiful, pathetic, evoking compassion, evoking contempt||pitiable|
|attitude of utter disgust or hatred, contempt of court, scorn, disdain; disrespect (Law)||contempt|
|branch of dentistry which treats diseases of the dental pulp||endodontics|
|branch of medicine that treats foot diseases and disorders, chiropody, treatment for feet||podiatry|
|brand name of a drug which treats epilepsy||Dilantin|
|contempt, derisive remark, rudeness, contemptuous behavior||contumely|
|contempt, failure to understand or see value, hiding a crime, misconduct by a public official; concealment of a crime; contempt, disregard, sedition, wrongdoing in official duties||misprision|
|contempt, scorn, intense scorn, look down on, look with scorn on, spurn, belittle; refuse in disdain||disdain|
|contempt, willful disobedience or disrespect of court||contempt of court|
|contemptible, nasty, abominable, worthy of contempt||despicable|
|contemptuous rejection, denigrating attitude, kick, reject somebody or something with disdain, repel; treat with contempt, scornful rejection, thrust something away with the foot||spurn|
|cry boo at to frighten; cry boo at to show disapproval, exclamation used to frighten or express disapproval, expressing disapproval, interj. cry of disapproval or contempt, sound " boo !", used to startle somebody||boo|
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