beneath contempt


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beneath contempt

exceedingly contemptible. What you have done is beneath contempt. Your rude behavior is beneath contempt.
See also: beneath, contempt
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For a man in his position to advance the cause of virtual racing whilst at the same time attempting to denigrate the horseracing industry is beneath contempt.
There was fury among members of other parties in the chamber, who said Mr Davies's comments were beneath contempt.
This odious threat of contempt is beneath contempt.
Snowden wrote, "This distressing allegation is entirely untrue and beneath contempt.
Nigger Jim,' as Twain called him to emphasize the irony of a society in which the only true gentleman was held beneath contempt.
Powerful politicians and predator capitalists - plus their apologists in the media - are beneath contempt when they deny the suffering of people made destitute by vindictive austerity and cruel welfare cuts.
And for news International boss rebekah Brooks to keep her job while depriving her journalists of theirs is evidence of moral standards that are beneath contempt.
A community leader described the attackers as beneath contempt.
For your columnist to dismiss the apparent actions of Israel's Mossad Intelligence Service in forging their agents' passports by using the identity of British subjects is beneath contempt.
Hemlington councillor Nicky Walker said: "The people responsible for this senseless act are quite simply beneath contempt.
They are beneath contempt and future historians will not look kindly on their betrayal of the British people.
To say the decline of the docks robs Liverpool of its reason to exist is almost beneath contempt or comment.
Sikhs in the West Midlands will find this man's behaviour beneath contempt.
Cole is paid an absolute fortune to play football and likening him to a servant is beneath contempt.
Their actions are beneath contempt and the sooner they are brought to justice the better for law-abiding people in the North East.