Whichever sex the particular child in question happens not to belong to is considered as beneath contempt
, and any mention of it is taken as a personal insult to the family.
She sent her whale-boat down the coast twenty miles for limes and oranges, and wanted to know scathingly why said fruits had not long since been planted at Berande, while he was beneath contempt
because there was no kitchen garden.
Otherwise, his conduct would be beneath contempt
He quoted Mahatma Gandhi as saying I am proud of my country, India, for having produced the splendid Zoroastrian stock, in numbers beneath contempt
, but in charity and philanthropy perhaps unequalled and certainly unsurpassed.
The vandalism and attempted break-in at Tudor Lodge Nursery School was an appalling criminal act and beneath contempt
As for Ashley, for all his apologies he remains beneath contempt
SOME may argue that the hysteria being whipped up by accusations of anti-semitism, a very serious matter, within the Labour Party is so beneath contempt
and childish that it is unworthy of any comment.
KEN Livingstone's pathetic and risible suggestion that we brought 7/7 on ourselves is beneath contempt
Even when he was found guilty, the snivelling statement he released to the media showing no remorse or even a mention of his poor victim Elaine was beneath contempt
The Lib Dems have no such ideological excuse, they are simply beneath contempt
Apart from taking advantage of a young lady who is in no position to defend herself if she should wish to do so, which I doubt, such comments are beneath contempt
But to pretend the opposite rather than admit the reality is beneath contempt
The comments made by a very small minority will be seen as beneath contempt
by all decent people.
We can only hope that police swiftly track down the culprit and that he is revealed for what he truly is - beneath contempt
The Argentine government's feral and disgusting behaviour places it beneath contempt