But you must not think that he finds any DIFFICULTY in condescending to
me, who am only a copyist.
"I do like it when he looks down at me from the height of his grandeur, or breaks off his learned conversation with me because I'm a fool, or is condescending to
Suppose a person of the Fourth Dimension, condescending to
visit you, were to say, 'Whenever you open your eyes, you see a Plane (which is of Two Dimensions) and you INFER a Solid (which is of Three); but in reality you also see
"Well, my dear Blanche," said the mother, "I suppose, as Papa wants to go, we must go; but we needn't know them in England, you know." And so, determined to cut their new acquaintance in Bond Street, these great folks went to eat his dinner at Brussels, and condescending to
make him pay for their pleasure, showed their dignity by making his wife uncomfortable, and carefully excluding her from the conversation.
"They were really condescending to
the group, repeatedly saying the issue had been 'concocted' by Remainers, Brussels, and Leo Varadkar, and essentially that they were unwitting dupes."
Would he have been as condescending to
any of the Irish jockeys?
He added: "People say it is condescending to
say this, but it is not condescending, it is biology.
It's patronising and condescending to
all of us who aren't sylphs to keep on being told that she's like one of us.
A supposed slice-of-life drama about three working class women looking for love and stability in 1980s New Jersey, "Hysterical Blindness" is a numbingly obvious confection of laughter and tears that's utterly condescending to
its one-note characters.
Raymo's tone throughout is serious but never pompous, pedantic, or condescending to
the "true believer" clinging to traditional certitudes.
I'm not sure what's worse, the condescending to
the Ibrox fans or simply the con of trying to make the game sound like it means something.
HOW condescending to
see the traffic chaos surrounding the Worthington Cup Final described as `access problems'.