He had condescended to mortgage as far as he had the power, but he would never condescend to
To this I added another petition, "that for the sake of my patron the king of Luggnagg, his majesty would condescend to
excuse my performing the ceremony imposed on my countrymen, of trampling upon the crucifix: because I had been thrown into his kingdom by my misfortunes, without any intention of trading.
Falk obeys the law of self-preservation without the slightest misgivings as to his right, but at a crucial turn of that ruthlessly preserved life he will not condescend to
dodge the truth.
Not only that he can't even condescend to
reply to my letter dated March, 24 when I pointed this out.
1 : to stoop to the level of someone considered less important <These two great commanders did not condescend to
fight in person .
Surely, the greater surprise is that a government which for the last 10 years has been so adept in representing the interests of those living within the M25 and north of the border should condescend to
actually having one minister from the West Midlands.
Don't condescend to
me,'' the man recalls Sorrells saying.
That means you can t condescend to
your reader about how the real meaning of pride is an adorable and eccentric boyfriend, a cabin in the Poconos, and an adopted child (and a six-figure salary to support all three).
Regular readers of CTR are aware of our editorial stance that, in information technology, applications are king and will not condescend to
any lesser role.
Yet her work does not condescend to
those who imbibe TV culture: there is empathy and at times a shared pleasure.