How to use Condescending in a sentence

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  • He seemed to be condescending to his companion.

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  • He read it with the same condescending tone with which it was written.

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  • His condescending tone was as annoying as the words.

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  • Jackson always picked some condescending nickname for her beaus.

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  • Your condescending tone is making me feel patronized and insulted.

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  • Don't use that condescending attitude with me.

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  • Myrtle would say, "Bless your heart," to people in the most condescending way possible.

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  • A condescending tone reveals a level of immaturity in a person.

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  • Bob's mansplaining and condescending attitude frustrated Natalie since she was the far more experienced engineer.

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  • The French have a reputation of being condescending with Americans, but I found them to be warm and welcoming.

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  • His condescending attitude made it clear Steve thought he was superior to all of the other interns.

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  • She was tired of the condescending tone he took when he discussed her fitness routine.

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  • Nathan acted as if he was superior to everyone in the room, using condescending words in every conversation.

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  • Your condescending words belitte those that you speak to.

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  • Judith's words to her little sister were cruel and condescending.

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  • When frustrated, Nick's boss speaks to him in a highly condescending manner.

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  • The tone is often jokey, even slightly condescending.

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  • Wine waiters need to be able to communicate their knowledge to the customer in a simple way without sounding condescending.

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  • Tom looked up, she was wearing a condescending smirk, " beware the smiling fox, " Tom thought.

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  • No wonder the Americans call this agency the UN watchdog, the term that is demeaning and condescending to the integrity of this organization.

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  • You must be careful not to raise children with condescending personalities.

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  • The teachers at my new school seem unusually arrogant and condescending.

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  • The sales associates were rude and condescending, and ditto for the manager.

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  • Some reviews state that the book is condescending, but it may be a great alternative to clinical publications.

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  • Not a condescending form of sorrow, but a genuinely heartfelt understanding and even empathy with damaged goods.

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  • Jacob Grimm, in the first paragraph of c. 37 of his Deutsche Mythologie, writing with his own fellow-countrymen in view, has commended Pliny for condescending, in the midst of his survey of the sciences of botany and zoology, to tell of the folklore of plants and animals, and has even praised him for the pains that he bestowed on his style.

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  • Apart from that being extremely condescending, it's very unlikely to be true.

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  • Just sending out Oxbridge style missives, that seem, at best, condescending, and at worse, attacking.

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  • Must the eternal God become a humble condescending suppliant to man?

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  • You are condescending to believe that you are owed anything from her!

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  • The best websites for the deaf provide tools to help them meet the partner of their dreams without being condescending or limiting.

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  • Jake was led forward by his attorney, a newcom­er, a dapper little man resplendent in vest, patent leather shoes and a gold watch chain, all topped off by a condescending smile that seemed to say, "Look out, rubes, I'm going to spring this poor victim before you finish administrating the oath."

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  • Your responses to us were warm but not condescending.

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  • They should be grateful to him, seeing that he is so condescending.

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  • But there is a risk that it appears slightly condescending.

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  • The senior members of the club were condescending with the would-be recruits that lacked wealth and status.

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  • I immediately lose respect for anyone who speaks in a condescending way to their employees.

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  • Because of the way Edith spoke to her coworkers, they viewed her as condescending.

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  • That's not to say some atheists don't have a very condescending attitude toward religious believers - indeed some d.. .

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  • This somewhat condescending view of women can be seen within other of Leigh's films.

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