"to look down your nose at"
to regard with contempt or condescension, consider oneself superior to
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Two colleagues are talking ...
Colleague 1: That poor fellow who works in the mail room. Must be terrible to be uneducated and poor with no hope for advancement.
Colleague 2: Really? You think you are superior to him. Do you even know his name?
Colleague 1: Why do I need to know his name. He is a nobody.
Colleague 2: Well, his name is Ken and he is working on a PhD in computer science. He works in the mail room so that he can study. You really shouldn't look down your nose at him. He could be your boss one day.
Two friends are talking ...
Friend 1: Why do people look down their noses at us just because we are homeless?
Friend 2: They think we are inferior.
Friend 1: Don't they realize that we are just like them except we have had a couple of bad breaks?
Friend 2: No. They just make judgments and consider themselves superior.
Looking down your nose at those less fortunate than you is not a sign of a good character.
1) You know that going to a small school, everybody will kind of look down their noses at you. I'm just out here playing with that chip on my shoulder.
2) Well I love offal; in our house we didn't look down our noses at offal, we celebrated it like any other cut of meat.
3) Hopefully Aiden will look down his nose at us and think we are all a crazy bunch.
4) We should not look down our noses at others or humiliate people. If we show mutual respect others will respect us.
5) Many people often look down their nose at public employment programmes.
6) I've had people look down their noses at me, put me down because I didn't look like them.
7) You look down your nose at others for being not perfect, ...
8) Shortly, all those that look down their noses at you will regret it because your destiny will soon change for good.
9) My father would look down his nose at me and be disgusted.
10) Celebrities and highly successful people all over the world tend to look down their noses at the so-called down-trodden and the deprived.
11) ... that they often monopolize conversations; that they belittle or look down their noses at people they perceive as inferior; that they feel a sense of entitlement; ...
12) People look down their noses at prisoners, they call you names, you can not find work, and ...
13) It may be true that Southerners may look down their noses at Northerners but I can tell you that we secretly admire them for the their ...
14) Make no mistake about it, these are people who look down their noses at you, with disdain, and treat you like fools.
15) Be humble: Look down your nose at no one. People grow taller. Times change.
16) I was raised not to look down my nose at people whose preferences are different from my own.
17) Maybe people will look down their noses at me because of my tattoos. But I feel more confident by having them ...
18) He would never allow us to look down our noses at people. We came from very humble origins and as a father, ...
19) ... they almost look down their noses at you if your children don't achieve at that level.
20) ... they don't look down their noses at other religions while insisting his party respects all religions equally.