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verb \di-ˈspīz\

Definition of DESPISE

transitive verb


: to look down on with contempt or aversion <despised the weak>


: to regard as negligible, worthless, or distasteful

— de·spise·ment noun

— de·spis·er noun

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Examples of DESPISE

She was despised as a hypocrite.
<I despise anchovies on pizza, and I refuse to eat them!>

Origin of DESPISE

Middle English, from Anglo-French despis-, stem of despire, from Latin despicere, from de- + specere to look — more at spy
First Known Use: 14th century

Related to DESPISE

Synonyms: abhor, abominate, hate, detest, execrate, loathe

Antonyms: love
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