How to use Dismissive in a sentence

dismissive
  • She waved her hand with a dismissive gesture.

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  • Lydia simply gave a dismissive wave of her hand and went inside, leaving Dean to follow.

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  • He'd let her live, knowing she was obligated to report everything to Damian and powerful enough to be dismissive of any threat she might cause.

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  • Protective anger stirred at his dismissive tone.

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  • They will become more bellicose rather than diplomatic, more self-righteous and dismissive when criticized.

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  • In Britain, establishment interest was equally dismissive of the potential of aircraft.

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  • There is a question of cost, which he is hiding behind at the moment, in his rather dismissive way.

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  • Does it annoy you that some are surprised or dismissive about your business nous?

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  • He then takes a somewhat dismissive look at a few of the other clubs before focusing on the underachievement of the national team.

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  • It is far too dismissive of proven marketing practice.

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  • In the last newsletter the Editor seemed rather dismissive of our claim to membership of the human race.

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  • I couldn't read if they were enthralled or dismissive of the prospect.

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  • This approach might be thought to be perhaps both overly dismissive of the Human Rights Commission and overly deferential to the Strasbourg Court.

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  • In fact, he suddenly became very dismissive about the whole event when I was able to question him a couple of days later.

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  • The somewhat gloomy Middle Ages were dismissive of ancient Greek ideology.

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  • Her contemptuous and dismissive phrase " You're the Weakest Link, goodbye ", has become something of a national catchphrase.

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  • Then she added, with a dismissive wave of her hand, "That retarded child probably stole it."

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